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Justin Bieber: 'G'day mate, got some Vegemite?'

The Canadian singer even shook the staff’s hand. Staffer Camilla Glover prepared some white toast and gave the star some extra vegemite for the road trip.
The Canadian singer even shook the staff’s hand. Staffer Camilla Glover prepared some white toast and gave the star some extra vegemite for the road trip.

WHEN most international celebrities visit Australia they get Vegemite on toast forced upon them at one point or another.

But so far our favourite Aussie spread has largely eluded Justin Bieber, leaving him to walk into a Manly restaurant today and order it himself.

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Biebs, stunned staff at Manly Wine by walking into the restaurant unexpectedly with an entourage of three men to have brunch.

The biggest star in Sydney, Justin Bieber, stopped by a Manly cafe to try the famous Vegemite. Picture: Supplied
The biggest star in Sydney, Justin Bieber, stopped by a Manly cafe to try the famous Vegemite. Picture: Supplied

Manly Wine staffer Camilla Glover told Confidential Bieber asked her: "Do you have that Australian spread that everyone talks about?"

"I said 'Vegemite?' and he said 'that's the one, have you got some?' So I made him white toast with butter and vegemite and he enjoyed it," she added.

"He said he'd never tried it before."

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Ms Glover said Bieber was polite, well-mannered, and shook the staff's hand before he left the restaurant.

Bieber said he chose Manly Wine because he was "doing a road trip" after his concert at ANZ stadium last night and thought he would stop in.

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