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Sneak Peek: Season Finale of "Project Runway"

I don't know about you but I am hooked on Bravo's reality series Project Runway and cannot wait for tonight's season finale. While I'm rooting for wunderkind Christian to win this competition, I know that there are quite a few Jillian fans out there as well; we're all winners at the end of the day with talent like these two in the finals.

With only a few more hours to go before the season finale, I thought we could take a sneak peek at what's in store for our finalists on tonight's penultimate episode and that eleventh hour showdown between Rami and Chris. Which one will go on to New York Fashion Week (well, both, but you know what I mean) and which will fall by the wayside? Find out tonight.



Project Runway's season finale kicks off tonight with Part One at 10 pm ET/PT on Bravo.

What's On Tonight

8 pm: Big Brother 9 (CBS); Deal or No Deal (NBC); America's Next Top Model (CW); Wife Swap (ABC); American Idol (FOX; 8-9:30 pm)

9 pm: Criminal Minds (CBS);
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC); Pussycat Dolls Present Girlicious (CW); Supernanny (ABC); Back to You (FOX; 9:30-10 pm)

10 pm: CSI: New York (CBS); Law & Order (NBC); Men in Trees (ABC)

What I'll Be Watching

8 pm: America's Next Top Model.

Cycle 1o officially begins tonight, following last week's casting episode, with a brand-new episode ("New York City, Here We Come"), as the 14 finalists move into their new digs in Manhattan and get critiqued by new judge Paulina Porizkova. (You can read my advance review of the first two episodes here.)

10 pm: Project Runway on Bravo.

On Part One of the two-part season finale, the finalists return to New York to finish their collections and then head to the runways, where their solo collections will determine who will be crowned the winner of Project Runway 4. Come on, Christian!

Comments

I'm impressed by Jillian's work but am hoping that Christian will take home the gold (or should that be cashmere?) for his outstanding and imaginative designs. He may be a twerp but he's also a brilliant designer.

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