'Duck Dynasty' Star Sadie Robertson Praying for Miley Cyrus After VMA Performance

"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson made her runway debut at New York Fashion Week. During interviews afterward, Sadie explained that she was working to remain a certain type of celebrity and that she and her family have been praying for Miley Cyrus ever since the Video Music Awards.

"We feel very bad for her because we know how entertainment can get wrapped up in your head," Sadie told Fox 411. "We try to stay strong as a family; we just pray that their family comes back together."

Sadie enjoyed her first time on the runway and will be a spokesmodel for designer Sherri Hill.

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"It's absolutely crazy for sure, but it gives opportunities like this, so it's great," she gushed.

While Sadie continually adjusts to being in the spotlight, there is one thing she says she would definitely never do: "I would never twerk in public. It's not modest to me but for the girls out there that do, it's their decision."

Proud dad Willie Robertson was in the audience for Sadie's big debut and gave his approval on the outfits she modeled. He spoke about the difficulty in raising a family in the public sphere.

"It's tough. You know, the whole world is different now, so everyone knows who you are. It wasn't the way we were raise because we were raised really poor so nobody knew who we were. We'll put it in the Lord's hands, so we'll see what happens," Willie explained.

"Sadie can do whatever she wants. She's got a bunch of opportunities right now with the business, but we'll see," he added. "I don't want them in a slot. I just want them to do whatever they want."

Yet Sadie still has not made up her mind what that might be; she's open to anything at this point and still has plenty of time to decide.

"I still have three more years of high school so I have a long time to think about," the teen reasoned.

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