The Coronation Street cast member has been on the biggest journey since Dancing on Ice started in January, rocketing up the leaderboard as the weeks passed.
Initially scoring as low as 13 in her first month, Brooke, 25, stunned viewers last week when she rated an impressive 34.5 for her routine alongside Matej Silecky.
But despite feeling more confident in her skating abilities, the brunette babe has admitted that there is one worry in the back of her mind.
"Wardrobe malfunctions!" joked Matej. "That's been our worry from day one."
Instagram: BrookeVincentSTUNNING: Brooke has made it to the DOI finals
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"I think we're at the stage where people know what we're about they've seen the journey we've been on and it's not been plain sailing," Brooke added.
"A lot could go wrong but a lot could go right. I never thought I'd be so comfortable. It's our last week after 10 weeks and it's mad, it's a mad little journey we've been on."
However, Brooke's impressive moves on the deep-freeze show may have stopped her from hanging up her dancing shoes, as she has suggested she'd like to give BBC rival, Strictly Come Dancing, a go.
"I would never say never," she explained. "I said for this I was never dance or skate trained so the day I stepped on that ice I was beginner straight from the go.
WENN/ITVSHOWSTOPPER: Brooke has become more comfortable on ice
WENN/ITVTEARS: Brooke was stunned when she made the final with Matej
“Wardrobe malfunctions! That's been our worry from day one.”Matej Silecky
"I think to do another dance show, it's a little bit of a platform and insight about what to do."
She added to The Sun: "I'd love to do Strictly, it's a lovely show.
"But with ice skating, half of your battle is that you're not going to fall flat on your face. With Strictly, that battle is taken away."
But for now, Brooke has to take on rugby champion Max Evans and reality TV veteran Jake Quickenden to take the Dancing on Ice crown.
ITV/WENNFRONT RUNNER: Jake is the one to beat this weekend
And Jake is favourite to win the show having been popular from the outset, impressing viewers with his near-professional skills even at the very start.
Last week, Jake had viewers in tears when he dedicated his skate to Shakespeares Sister's Stay, to his late father and brother.
Dancing on Ice: The Final airs Sunday at 6pm on ITV.