Luke misunderstood the rules for his collection and makes several male outfits, but when Kelly checked on him she told him about his mistake, and he had to go back to the drawing board.
Luke was praying in the sixth Inspiration Challenge that he'd be selected as the Guest Judge, because he felt his dress was the weakest and that he'd be sent home.
Luke was in the bottom two in the Jockey Team Challenge, and only just managed to convince the Judges to let him stay in the competition.
When Monika saw all three collections by the finalists of Project Catwalk she didn't choose her own as the winner. Instead, she said that she thought Luke would win because his designs were so new and fresh.
Because of his technical inexperience, Luke was still working on every garment he made until the very last minute, and none of them were what he would have considered complete, including the two outfits that won Challenges for him on Project Catwalk.
During the fifth round of Project Catwalk the designers were told that they would be modeling the outfits made for them by one of their fellow designers, so they held a "walk-off" contest to see who could strut like a model. Luke won the mock competition, completely blowing the others out of the water.
Luke is 5'3", and is of Anglo-African descent.
When they were filming Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone in London, Luke Youngblood visited Madame Tussauds, the famous waxworks along with his friends and fellow Harry Potter actors James and Oliver Phelps.
Luke appeared as himself in a tv pilot for a show called Capitol Law, but the series wasn't picked up by a network.
As a consolation prize Luke received 5,000 pounds for his third place finish on the second season of Project Catwalk, courtesy of the show's sponsor Debenhams.
Luke became a finalist on season two of Project Catwalk in spite of only being a first-year fashion student.
Luke has been to Thailand twice, and he used that experience as his inspiration for his final collection for Project Catwalk.
Luke is a finalist for the second season of Project Catwalk, and will be showing his collection at London Fashion Week.
He appeared in the opening production of The Lion King at the Lyceum Theater. He played Young Simba.