The very strong and in control Martina McBride has finally revealed her weakness: Target stores, nationwide. The country star's restraint disappears completely once she enters the retailer. McBride admits, "I had to go in and get some stuff for a birthday party, and I walked in and as I'm walking in the parking lot, I'm thinking, 'I am not gonna spend. I am not gonna get distracted.'"

"'I'm gonna go in, I'm gonna go straight to the party section, I'm gonna get what I need to get, and I'm getting out of here,'" she continues. And I walk out with a cart full ... it's embarrassing, actually."

The 'Teenage Daughters' singer's one-time Target accomplice was her own teen daughter Delaney, but that might change after their last trip! McBride recalls, "Delaney went with me once, and she's like, 'Mom, we have to put some of this stuff back. This is crazy!'"

What her daughter was referring to is her dear mother's excessive spending and lack of self-control when she steps into the store.

"If there was a way for me to pull two carts through the store, I would do that. I finally just have to always stop myself. I have to go, 'You have to get out of here.' I'd be in there for hours," McBride says.

As previously reported, McBride's new studio album -- featuring the single 'Teenage Daughters,' which is cruising up the country charts -- will be in stores on August 23. We'd say it's a safe bet that McBride might pick up a copy or two for herself at Target!