Adele: My credit card was declined at H&M

Singer's album, '25', reclaims top spot on Billboard 200 charts


Hello, it’s … your credit card company.

Adele's credit card was declined at H&M on Sunday, reports the Mirror.

“I went to H&M and my card got declined,” the singer told the crowd during a performance in San Jose that evening. “Oh my day’s pretty embarrassing. Nobody knew it was me, but I was mortified.”

Before the incident she was able to make purchases at Sephora, she said.

When she’s not on stage, Adele is regularly photographed shopping at affordable stores like Target.

“They have everything!” she told the San Jose crowd. “I spent $100 on stuff I do not need, I never need anything I buy at Target but it’s amazing.”

Adele pulled in a whipping $80.5 million in the last year according to Forbes. Her hefty bank account landed her at number nine on the site’s annual highest-paid celebrity list.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.