Duck Dynasty Star Makes a Big Splash in Prime Time

Any fan of Duck Dynasty knows the precious and sweet Sadie Robertson, daughter of Duck Commander CEO Willie Robertson.

Well, now the world is getting to know her too. Sadie stars in this season’s Dancing with the Stars and after just one week, she is already turning heads and wowing naysayers.

In her first foray into Hollywood out from under her parents wings, Sadie proved to be up to the task.

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The Robertson clan carried their tradition and practice of family prayers made famous in Duck Dynasty and now seen in Dancing with the Stars.

The cameras caught the Robertson clan in loving moments of wisdom and obedience, while also showing the incredibly close relationship the family has. It was a reminder of what made Duck Dynasty such a phenomenon for A&E… maybe Dancing is looking to bring some of that Duck Dynasty magic to their own show?

Of course, the main story of the show is the dancing competition and even there, Ms. Robertson shined.

She drew enthusiastic support from the crowd and rave reviews from the judges, who expect to see her again next week.

 

 

To see more of Sadie Robertson and her attempts to win over Dancing with the Stars tune in to ABC at 8pm EST on Tuesday nights!

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