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Publicist to the stars lifts the lid on the strangest things celebrities have requested

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For over 30 years publicist Max Markson has been responsible for bringing some of the biggest names to Australia.

From Nelson Mandela to Bill Clinton to Kim Kardashian, Max has met them all.

And you’d think the high-profile names and big personalities would bring some extravagant requests.

Well, Max reveals that’s really not the case.

Britain’s former prime minister Tony Blair just wanted bananas and US President Bill Clinton asked for room-temperature water.

“In all the time I’ve done this I’ve never had a hard ride,” he tells Chris Smith.

Max’s book On the Road with Bill Clinton, lifts the lid on some of his experiences with the world’s most well-known celebrities.

He’s given Chris a sneak peek of what readers can expect, revealing what controversial actor Charlie Sheen is really like.

He’s also detailed a very peculiar encounter with Pamela Anderson…

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