They also pointed out how "polite" the couple's kiss was, saying: "They took their time, they had good manners about it".
Love Island fans think that Joe Garrett will be the next to be dumped.
Joe promised he would be waiting for the surfer on the outside.
Adina Claire of Women's Aid said in a statement: "Controlling behaviour is never acceptable, and with Love Island viewers complaining to Ofcom in record numbers about Joe's possessive behaviour towards Lucie, more people are becoming aware of this and want to challenge it".
"Abusive relationships often start off with subtle signs of control, so it's important that it is recognised at an early stage".
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"I just want to get tonight over and done with".
Love Island contestant Lucie Donlan has said she is "gutted" after her partner Joe Garratt was voted off the show.
"Elma could also be in danger in what may be a short stay in the villa for the Love Island contestant", said Hill.
All the couples then stand and one by one Caroline reveals the four couples who are safe from tonight's dumping, leaving Lucie and Joe and Elma and Anton standing.
Love Island: The Morning After podcast host Kim Cetinay branded this romantic moment "the biggest kiss of the series", after the boxer and the social media influencer finally sealed the deal following days of arguments and awkwardness with new girl Maura.