Plus: Flavor Flav chooses his lady, Diddy pushes Play with his new album and more

By Serena Kappes and Brian Orloff
Updated October 14, 2006 06:00 AM
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Who will win Project Runway – Uli, Jeffrey, Laura or Michael? Find out Wednesday when Heidi Klum gives the good news to the last designer standing. PEOPLE takes a look at the hit Bravo show’s finale, plus other events to watch for in the coming week:

SUNDAY, OCT. 15: Tick-tock! Flavor Flav has to make a choice: Will it be Delishis or New York? We’ll find out in the season finale of Flavor of Love 2. Of course, if he chooses Delishis he might just have a shot at a normal relationship (she’s definitely got his back). But if New York is his pick (and her scary mother comes with the package), he’ll never have a dull moment – to say the least (VH1, 10 p.m. ET).

TUESDAY, OCT. 17: Everybody’s been seeing a lot of Sean "Diddy" Combs lately, thanks to his off-the-cuff YouTube videos (including one where he brought the camera into the bathroom with him). But the hip-hop star plans to get revealing in a different way on Press Play, his new album. Calling it his most personal record, Diddy admits that he drew inspiration from his real-life girlfriend Kim Porter (with whom he’s expecting twins) and, yes, even famous ex Jennifer Lopez. Juicy!

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18: Of course, everyone wants to know who’ll win the third season of Project Runway. But the burning question on everyone’s mind is whether Jeffrey cheated by getting help sewing his final collection for Fashion Week. Find out the answer and who’ll walk away with $100,000 to start their own line in the season finale of Runway. Well, at least there’s still Lost on Wednesday nights.

Oscar winner Halle Berry may just scoop up yet another honor – this time at the second annual Black Movie Awards (TNT, 10 p.m. ET). The event, which honors the best of African-Americans working in cinema past and present, will have plenty of star power with Oprah Winfrey on board as a presenter. And though host Tyler Perry won’t be dressed as his female alter-ego Madea, don’t be surprised if she makes an appearance.

NEW THIS WEEK:
Movies (now in theaters): The Grudge 2, starring Amber Tamblyn, Edison Chen, Sarah Michelle Gellar; Man of the Year, starring Robin Williams, Laura Linney and Lewis Black; The Marine starring John Cena, Kelly Carlson and Robert Patrick; Infamous, starring Sandra Bullock, Daniel Craig and Toby Jones; Little Children (limited), starring Kate Winslet, Jennifer Connelly and Patrick Wilson
Music (in stores Tuesday): Badly Drawn Boy, Born In the U.K.; Diddy, Press Play; Vince Gill, These Days (box set); Gipsy Kings, Pasajero; JoJo, The High Road; Patti LaBelle, The Gospel According to Patti LaBelle; Sarah McLachlan, Wintersong; Ruben Studdard, The Return; Xzibit, Full Circle
DVDs (in stores Tuesday): The Break Up; Over the Hedge; Charmed – The Complete Sixth Season; Reds (25th Anniversary Edition); Alfred Hitchcock Presents – Season Two; That ’70s Show: Season 5