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'Duck Dynasty' Performs 'Blurred Lines' at CMAs (VIDEO)

  • (Photo: Courtesy of CCAI/Sen. Mary Landrieu)
    Willie and Korie Robertson were among the celebrities recognized at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute's 15th annual awards gala in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 9, 2013. The Robertsons were nominated by Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.).
November 7, 2013|2:19 pm

Stars of the hit televisions series "Duck Dynasty" hit the stage for their own rendition of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" during the 2013 CMA's this week.

Known as the Robertson family, the couples who stars on "Duck Dynasty," Willie and Korie Robertson and Jase and Missy Robertson, all attended the music awards ceremony in Nashville on Wednesday. See a photo of the couples on the red carpet here

Moreover, the popular stars from A&E's reality series even helped kick off CMA Awards by joining hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley onstage for the song "Duck Lines," a parody of Thicke's hit song "Blurred Lines."

Underwood and Paisley exchanged Thicke's lyrics "I know you want it" for new lines that read, "I know you hunt it," in honor of "Duck Dynasty."

Furthermore, revamped lyrics included "You're a country girl" instead of "You're a good girl," and "quack quack quack" replaced the famous stanza "Hey hey hey" during the CMA's performance.

Adding to the fun, Willie and Jase Robertson stepped onto the stage alongside Paisley and Underwood where they displayed their hilarious dance moves. In stark contrast to Robin Thicke's performance of "Blurred Lines" at MTV's VMAs, the Robertsons wore camouflage pants paired with suit jackets and bandannas while shimmying across the CMA's stage.

Watch the video here.

After the entertaining opening act, the CMA's went on to honor the top names in today's country music, including Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton. The husband and wife took home male and female artist of the year awards, respectively, while Taylor Swift, George Strait, and Kacey Musgraves also received honors.

Meanwhile, "Duck Dynasty" follows the Robertsons operating their family business in West Monroe, Louisiana. Other Robertson family members include Willie and Jase's brother Jep, their father Phil, and uncle Si, among other favorites.

The "Duck Dynasty" Christmas Special is set to air on A&E this Wednesday, Dec. 11th at 10 p.m. EST.

Source URL : http://www.christianpost.com/news/duck-dynasty-performs-blurred-lines-at-cmas-video-108298/