Love Island 2019: Lucie in tears after Joe's exit - but decides to stay in the villa

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Molly-Mae, Lucie and Maura after the dumping.

Lucie Donlan vows to stay on Love Island 2019 tonight after Joe Garratt was dumped from the villa.

Last night, Joe and Elma were dumped from the Island leaving Lucie and Anton single.

In tonight's show, the other girls are quick to comfort Lucie after the dumping.

On the day beds, the girls gather and Amy says to Lucie: “We’ve all had our differences but situations like this make you realise that we all need to stick together. We’re going to support you.”

Referring to the fact that her and Joe were voted one of the least compatible couples in the Islanders’ vote, Lucie replies: “But I feel like people have gone off friendship, not compatibility.”

However, Molly-Mae fills Lucie in on her chat with Joe where he expressed that perhaps him and Lucie were not so compatible.

Molly-Mae asks: “Do you think that you and Joe would work on the outside? We’re all going to be there for you. You’re not alone. You’re going to be fine. You’ve got all these girls here and they do have your best interests at heart.”

Lucie’s mood lifts as the girls lend their support. She says “Thank you, girls.”

The next day, the girls are keen to check in on Lucie to see how she is doing.

Lucie is still confused as to what Joe would have done if he was in her situation. She says: “I don’t know what he would have done.”

The girls want Lucie to make the right choice for her.

Molly-Mae replies “Enjoy the experience! We’ll support you whatever you decide.”

Lucie reflects in the Beach Hut, she says “I am finding it hard this morning. The girls have been really lovely to me, they’ve been really nice.

"I don’t normally take girls advice but I’m actually going to give it a chance.”

What’s next in store for Lucie?

Love Island 2019 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV.

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