'Duck Dynasty’s Willie, Jase, Jep and Uncle Si Robertson Join Sadie in 'Dancing with the Stars' Duck Hunting Samba (Video)

( [email protected] ) Oct 07, 2014 06:03 PM EDT

Sadie Robertson and Mark Ballas danced the Samba to Pharrell Williams' song, "Hunter," during week four of "Dancing with the Stars" with several members of the Robertson family participating on stage and in the audience. Jase, Willie, Jep, and Uncle Si kicked off the dance with a little duck calling on front porch rocking chairs, while Korie, Jessica, and Missy Robertson could also be seen down below with some of their children blowing duck calls in applause afterward in the audience.

For the "Duck Dynasty" themed Samba, Sadie dressed in an array of blue, green, and brown colored feathers, and rhythmically flapped her arms as she was pursued by a fully-bearded and camouflage-clad Mark Ballas. The dance was creative and fun, and the pair received a total of 37 points from the judges.

Prior to her performance, Sadie shared a little bit about her most memorable year - 2012 - when "Duck Dynasty" became enormously popular. She shared about how her family's Christian faith has kept them grounded, even when her grandfather Phil Robertson was later scorned for his remarks in a GQ Magazine interview concerning his Christian beliefs about homosexual practice. "My family would not be where we are without our faith. That's what's carried us this whole way," the seventeen-year-old said.

Carrie Ann Inaba called Sadie's dance "By far the best samba of the night," and the others lauded Ballas' combination of dancing content with the ability to tell a story through the performance.