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15 July 2012, 13:56
The 'Never Say Never' singer teases fans by telling them he likes girls with "class" after landing in Melbourne.
Justin Bieber has revealed he likes "classy girls" after arriving in Australia today (15th July) to continue promoting his new album 'Believe'.
The 'Boyfriend' singer gave fans a hint at the type of girls he goes for after landing in Melbourne this morning, fresh from performing at the MTV World Stage Live event in Malaysia last night (14th July).
"Class is key ladies," Justin tweeted. "Guys like classy girls."
"Hate these longs flights," the Never Say Never' singer also posted. "But worth it to see my fans in Australia."
Justin is expected to stay at least three days in Australia promoting his latest album release, after spending much of last week in Japan doing the same.
The 18 year-old pop star's visit to the country is also believed to include a TV performance on Australia's Got Talent, ahead of Justin launching his new video for 'As Long As You Love Me' later this month.
Check out a picture Justin tweeted from his recent trip to Japan below (Credit: Twitter):
Fans are believe to have camped overnight outside hotels in Melbourne this weekend hoping to catch a glimpse of the Canadian pop star.
Justin Bieber's manager also updated fans on the progress of several collaborations in the pipeline, confirming that a new Taylor Swift collaboration would be in the works and claiming Justin and The Voice US judge Adam Levine are keen to team up in the future.