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Adele 'earning £84,000 a DAY' thanks to the huge success of her last album

Mirror logo Mirror 15/10/2016 Rebecca Pocklington

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Adele is earning around £84,000 ($AU134K or $NZ144k) a DAY thanks to the huge success of her last album, it has been claimed.

The star made an incredible comeback to the music industry with her album 25 last year, with it becoming the fastest selling in UK history.

Now it's claimed she raked in around £30million last year through her company Melted Stone Limited, according to newly-released accounts - equalling a huge £84,000 a day.

According to The Sun , her company Melted Stone Limited turned over £30.7million.

It's claimed the company made a £15.9million net profit, as well as holding £13.7million in funds for the star, 28.

Her other company, Melted Stone Publishing Ltd, is claimed to have held £5.2million, and together they had reported turnover of more than £103million in the last five years.

The accounts reportedly revealed the star paid corporation tax of nearly £4million.

Adele's rep declined to comment on the figures.

It comes after the singer slammed presidential nominee Donald Trump recently.

Adele slams presidential nominee Donald Trump in bitter rant: 'I'm embarrassed for you'

Speaking to the crowd during a performance in Washington DC, Adele admitted that she felt "embarrassed" for America.

"I feel sorry for you. Did anybody watch the debate last night? Oh my f** God," the singer told the sold-out audience.

She continued: "I watched the debate, and you should know who I like and who I do not f****** like. I’m embarrassed for you.”

This isn't the first time Adele's made her feelings about Trump known.

Earlier this year, the Hello singer demanded that the republican stop playing her music at his rallies after fans rushed to Twitter to question whether she was a supporter.

"Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning," her spokesman confirmed to the BBC.

Trump previously found himself on the receiving end of a cease-and-desist letter last year from Aerosmith star Steven Tyler’s lawyers.

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The politician used the band’s song, Dream On, at several of his rallies around the United States.

The rockers claimed that Trump’s use of their song gave “a false impression” that they endorsed his presidential bid.

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