The Duck Dynasty patriarch has never been one to shy away from voicing his opinion. This week, he’s shared some rather graphic thoughts about atheism, and about what he’d like to do to atheists. Read on…
Duck Dynasty daughter and Dancing With the Stars runner-up Sadie Robertson’s bucket list must be getting short when she’s already checking off things like “Walk the runway at New York Fashion Week… more than once!” The 17-year-old Louisiantrepreneur was back in The Big Apple strutting the catwalk as part of the Sherri Hill Fall 2015 Collection runway show in which she wore two of Sherri’s trademark colorful bling ‘n’ sheen looks. Keep reading to watch the full video and see tons of photos as well as comments from Sadie, mom Korie and grandma Chrys!
It’s not a surprising to hear someone from the Roberston clan discussing their conservative, biblical beliefs when it comes to love and marriage. It is, however, surprising to hear 17-year-old Sadie admit she struggles just like everyone else.
After the recent engagement of Duck Dynasty’s John Luke Roberston and Mary Kate McEacharn, sister Sadie is sharing details about the couple’s upcoming nuptials plus check out the first photo of Mary Kate’s engagement ring!
It was an unbelievably happy, happy, happy birthday for Duck Dynasty teen John Luke Robertson as he proposed to his girlfriend, Mary Kate McEacharn, on the day he turned 19, and she said yes!
Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson elaborated on his feelings about homosexuality and race during a series of interviews this week. He also admitted that people have “good reason” to hate him.
Fans of Dancing With the Stars may soon see the Duck Walk and the Louisiannese Waltz added to the list of dances on the show as it is being reported that Duck Dynasty sweetheart Sadie Robertson will be competing on Season 19 alongside Pretty Little Liars actress Janel Parrish (that’s Mona y’all!), Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones, and General Hospital hottie Antonio Sabato Jr.
While ratings for A&E’s juggernaut Duck Dynasty waned following the controversy surrounding patriarch Phil Robertson’s candid comments in regards to his views on homosexuality, the bearded brethren will be soldiering on with the network – at least through 2015. Get brother Alan Robertson’s statements to a local paper about the deal and hints he provided on what fans can expect for the next season of what is still the most-watched reality TV show on cable.