Brooklyn won herself a spot on Team Will.i.am earlier on in the series after getting three spins from the coaches, with Ricky Wilson and Rita Ora also turning around.
Currently the Essex teenager works with former TOWIE star Amy Childs at her saloon but said she's no plans to ever appear on the ITV series herself.
"My main focus is music, so I'd never go on that show!" she said.
Amy added: "She'd be amazing - she's immaculate. But she has The Voice to focus on for now!"
But despite snubbing TOWIE, Brooklyn confessed that she LOVED "the thought of fame".
The 19-year-old explained this month, following her blind audition: "I love the thought of fame! I know there's going to be hard work, but it excites me."
Discussing her blind audition, Brooklyn went on to say: "I hoped to impress most Rita and Will.i.am, because they're more my style.
"Getting three turns was amazing, but I picked Will because I'm literally mesmerised by him. He's so quirky. He really understands the music industry - you can telly he's totally into what he does."
As for other talent shows, Brooklyn said only The Voice was for her describing it as more "genuine" compared to its rivals.
It's on to the battles for Brooklyn airing next weekend while the blind auditions conclude this Saturday night on BBC One.