In the first public vote, Lucinda and Brad received the fewest votes meaning they were chosen as the least compatible couple.
In a new twist, the shocked couple were told that they would have to decide between them who would leave – or they could leave together.
Lucinda told Brad in tonight’s episode: ‘You can’t go!’ after he offered to leave.
‘I can!’ he responded, as she asked: ‘Are you sure? Don’t you think we should go together?’
‘It’s completely up to yourself,’ he said, with Lucinda conflicted over whether to stay or leave with Brad.
Brad was left in tears at the thought of leaving, with him convincing Lucinda to stay.
However, Faye Winter, who Brad was previously coupled up with, was left fuming, with her saying she didn’t understand what more reason Lucinda had to stay if she liked him as much as she said she did.
Lucinda went on to say she’d miss ‘everything’ about Brad.
Brad said as he left the villa: ‘If she finds someone in there, I’ll be happy for her. If she doesn’t, she knows where I am.’
The labourer has previously survived a dumping after being left single in a recoupling along with Chuggs Wallis.
Bombshell Rachel Finni saved him after she had to choose between the boys – but she was later dumped after being left single, with Brad recoupling with Lucinda.
Love Island returns to ITV2 tomorrow night at 9pm.
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