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Bryan Boy Wears a Suit, Tends Bar for Dolce & Gabbana

Bryan Boy gets someone else's drink on at D&G
Bryan Boy gets someone else's drink on at D&G

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An answer to Bryan Boy's Twitter prayers has apparently arrived in the form of a Dolce & Gabbana web series. The blogger-turned-reality star-turned-NYC transplant tweeted last week, "DAMN. It just occurred to me now that I need to work harder cause not only I have fashion to buy but I also need to buy furniture. YUK."

We hear you, B, and so did D&G. In their new webseries “Bryan Works 4DG,” Dolce & Gabbana puts Bryan Boy boy to work by giving him all the jobs that keep the house running. Like recepting. And tending bar. But not modeling, because he's "too fiercely real as Tyra says." After the jump, see Bryan mix a drink and find out why that one was his favorite job.

He told Fashionista this morning:

"I really loved being a bartender, because never in my life did I think I could look good in a suit. I wore a suit that day, and I thought, 'Oh my god.' I felt like a different person."

· BryanBoy on Making Cocktails for Dolce & Gabbana, Crying (and Making Contestants Cry) on Top Model and a Possible Joint Project with Rumi Neely [Fashionista]
· Bryan Boy Will Be Joining the Cast of American's Next Top Model, Cue the Model Meltdowns [Racked]