The former EastEnder actor turned TV presenter has been drafted in as a last minute replacement after FIVE of the starting line up were ruled out.
Last night saw Linford Christie become the latest star to be forced to withdraw due to injury.
With Joe stepping up to join the show, some fans are understandably a bit concerned and have told him NOT to take part.
@Rockchic65 tweeted: "@realjoeswash Don't do it Joe! #TheJump"
@Krisyt13 agreed: "NOOOO @realjoeswash DONT DO IT!!! We can't have you getting hurt #Jump"
Meanwhile @elliot_gonzalez quipped: "I find it hard to believe that @realjoeswash watched #TheJump and thought... "That looks like fun!" Good luck Joe!!"
Following the crashes at the weekend, Channel 4 ordered a safety review of the show ahead of Sunday's latest live show.
Meanwhile former contestant Ola Jordan has defended the programme despite it leaving her in need of surgery and six months worth of physio on her leg after a nasty crash last year.
"It’s an incredibly dangerous sport," she told This Morning. “My accident could have happened on holiday. I signed up to a dangerous sport. No one pushed me into it and the injury was my fault.
“The aftercare was amazing. I was operated on by the most amazing surgeon. I had physio for five hours a day for six months, with cars provided from my house in Kent.”
However Ola confessed: I shouldn't have signed up in the first place because I'm a dancer. My leg is still not 100%. It's my stupidity. Maybe I shouldn't have signed up.”
The Jump continues Sundays on Channel 4.