Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill have issued a warning to Jake Quickenden on Dancing On Ice.
The former X Factor star is the hot odds-on favourite to win this year's series.
But ahead of the final, judges Jayne and Chris said victory was not as certain as the bookies made out.
Chatting to told Dancing On Ice hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning, Chris said: "I'm looking forward to the anticipation of who's going to win."
He warned Jake that his victory wasn't assured despite describing the singer as "just a talent".
Chris explained: "Dancing on Ice has always produced, we think, the best skater – but it's going to be interesting how it all plays out, because you've got three characters.
"You've got Max [Evans] who's determined and a sportsman, Brooke [Vincent] who's bringing her quality and sassiness and Jake who's just a talent."
Jayne pointed out that only viewer votes would count this weekend: "We have no say, we can't score or vote."
Starting at 6PM, March 11 on ITV, the Dancing On Ice final will see the remaining three contestants battle it out for victory.
At the weekend, Kem Cetinay became the latest celeb to be eliminated from the competition, leaving just three celebrities on the series.
He leaves Max, Brooke and Jake to fight it out for victory this Sunday night.
All three will start by performing two routines each. The first will be a showcase, choreographed for them by Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, and the second the celeb's favourite skate from the series.
One celeb will then be eliminated before the top two perform the Bolero.
Although judges will comment, it'll be viewer votes alone that determine the winner on the evening.
The live show will also see all 12 celebrity skaters that kicked off Dancing On Ice in January return to the ice.
Dancing On Ice 2018 concludes with the live final on Sunday, March 11 on ITV.