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Julia Morris suffers a diva moment after chef refuses to serve fried eggs at trendy Byron Bay café

Julia Morris suffers a diva moment after chef refuses to serve her fried eggs at trendy Byron Bay café – before spending $50 just to prove a point

She’s one Australia’s most accomplished and celebrated performers. 

And comedian Julia Morris, 53, is the first to admit she’s been guilty of letting success get to her head at times. 

In an excerpt for her new tongue-in-cheek ‘self help’ book, Julia Morris Makes It EASY, the funny woman satirically describes the moment she suffered a diva meltdown in 2016 after a chef refused to serve her fried eggs at a trendy Byron Bay café. 

Don’t you know who I am?! Julia Morris, 53, (pictured) has satirically described the moment she suffered a diva meltdown in 2016 after a chef refused to serve her fried eggs at a trendy Byron Bay café 

In the excerpt published by News Corp on Sunday, Julia writes: ‘The waitress said, ‘Sorry, the chef won’t do fried eggs.’ My expertly Botoxed brow lifted just a smidge. I wondered if maybe she hadn’t recognised me.’   

‘I patted her hand and said, ‘Tell him it’s me. I’m sure he’ll fry up a couple of sunny sides,” she continued. 

The waitress informed Julia that the chef simply ‘didn’t emotionally connect’ with the concept of serving friend eggs on toast. 

Tongue-in-cheek: In an excerpt for her new tongue-in-cheek 'self help' book, Julia Morris Makes It EASY, she writes: 'The waitress said, 'Sorry, the chef won't do fried eggs.' My expertly Botoxed brow lifted just a smidge. I wondered if maybe she hadn't recognised me'

Tongue-in-cheek: In an excerpt for her new tongue-in-cheek ‘self help’ book, Julia Morris Makes It EASY, she writes: ‘The waitress said, ‘Sorry, the chef won’t do fried eggs.’ My expertly Botoxed brow lifted just a smidge. I wondered if maybe she hadn’t recognised me’ 

‘I had been named Time Out London’s Comedy Performer of the Year, and won awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as well as Australia’s Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performer, but I couldn’t order eggs on toast? I could have set the restaurant alight,’ she said. 

Enraged, Julia decided to ‘break the system’ by ordering two $25 burgers, as they each contained a single fried egg. 

When her expensive breakfast arrived, Julia dramatically removed the fried eggs from both burgers in front of the waitress – just to prove a point.  

Proving a point: Enraged, Julia decided to 'break the system' by ordering two $25 burgers, as they each contained a single fried egg

Proving a point: Enraged, Julia decided to ‘break the system’ by ordering two $25 burgers, as they each contained a single fried egg

Julia has  previously described her new tome as a satirical take on the genre of celebrity ‘self-help books’. 

‘Most celebrities in the self-help genre are pretty deluded, and I just thought, you know what, no one’s more deluded than me,’ she joked to Mamamia.

‘I had to get involved. I mean, surely there’s some cash out there in the self-help area for me,’ she laughed.   

Poking fun: Julia has previously described her new tome as a satirical take on the genre of celebrity 'self-help books'

Poking fun: Julia has previously described her new tome as a satirical take on the genre of celebrity ‘self-help books’

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