Dancing on Ice draws to a close this weekend, with X Factor star Jake Quickenden, rugby player Max Evans and Coronation Street cast member Brooke Vincent all battling it out to be crowned winner of the deep-freeze dance show.
But Brooke, 25, has teased that we may be seeing a few more familiar faces from the Corrie cobbles take to the ice as the show returns next year, after being inspired by Brooke's stellar performance.
In an exclusive chat with Daily Star Online, the Sophie Webster actress revealed: "A lot of the Coronation Street cast have came and supported me and it's been mega for me!
"They've all been supporting me from home, otherwise they do get shouted at."
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Brooke continued: "Jane Danson, who plays Leanne Battersby, said she'd love to have a go.
"I told Lucy Fallon (Bethany Platt) that she should have a go, too. It's mad how much support you get in your work place when you do something different, and that means a lot."
National Television Award winner Lucy, who has left Corrie fans gobsmacked in Bethany Platt's raunchy stripper storyline, previously came down to the Dancing on Ice studios in Bovingdon to support Brooke.
Joined by on-screen partner Colson Smith (Craig Tinker), the pair cheered Brooke on during the halfway mark in the competition, posting a host of snaps to big up their brunette Weatherfield chum as she displayed her skating skills.
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“I told Lucy Fallon (Bethany Platt) that she should have a go, too.”Brooke Vincent
Brooke also revealed that fellow Dancing on Ice competitor Antony Cotton has also backed her throughout the competition, after crashing out the show in week 6.
Speaking alongside partner Matej Silecky, she explained: "Antony is our little fan. He's texted me every week and he really roots for us.
"We have our own little Game of Thrones thing going on. All the Corrie lot are saying: 'Do it for the North!' It's quite the divide."
However, Brooke's biggest competition is Jake, who has been the runaway favourite to win the competition since before the show even started.
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Jake wowed viewers last week with his tearful skate, which he dedicated to his late father and brother who passed away from bone cancer.
And Jake may soon be competing for screen time with Brooke on Coronation Street, after bookies have predicted the reality TV veteran could even be joining the show.
Alex Apati from Ladbrokes said: "He's tried his hand at singing, skating and surviving in the jungle, and now it looks as though Jake will be the latest pop star for a stint on the cobbles."
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Dancing on Ice: The Final continues Sunday at 6pm on ITV.