The trio have been busy rehearsing three routines each, including Torvill and Dean's iconic and Olympic winning gold medal Bolero performance.
However only the top two stars will get the chance to skate to that routine, with the public alone deciding who wins the show.
The finalists will start the programme with a showcase performance, before recreating their favourite previous skate from the previous live shows.
While the judges will score the routines, it won't have an impact on who stays or goes, as third place is announced.
The final two will then go head to head to win those last minute votes in a bid to become the latest winner of the show.
All of this year's celebrity skaters will also be back, performing one last group routine, while there'll also be performances from Torvill and Dean themselves.
Dancing On Ice: The Final, ITV1, 6:50PM