Erika Jayne Struggles to Pull Off 24 Hours of 'Manual Labor' at Vogue
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It's like "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" meets "Devil Wears Prada."

Erika Jayne channeled Anne Hathaway à la "Devil Wears Prada" when she temped for Anna Wintour at her Vogue empire -- a job she described as "manual labor."

The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star appeared in the fashion magazine's first-ever "Real Temps of Vogue," and where she failed at plating Wintour's steak, she thrived at making her presence known.

"I'm really excited. Like, I'm temping. I mean, I'm a little nervous 'cause I don't really do this, but, you know, it's gonna be great," Erika said in the video below as she escorted her entire glam squad into the building.

After failing to properly sharpen Anna's pencils (she only uses pencils) and accidentally hanging up on the first person to call, Erika moved on to poorly plating Anna's steak and avocado.

"See, here's the thing, if that avocado wasn't as ripe as it was, I would have been fine," Erika said. "But this thing was like mush basically. It was a set-up."

After trying her hand at putting together the book for the magazine, Erika got her hands on a sample rack, hauled clothes to the 20th floor, and even pitched ideas for Vogue's "Look of the Week."

Of course, she was only looking out for herself by pitching pictures of herself. The creative digital director didn't bite, though.

"C'mon, just put me on the C-list, OK? Just do a girl a solid," Erika told the camera before completing her own employee evaluation. "I think everybody here is just so excited that I'm here. And I did such a great job, and I'll probably get employee of the month."

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