We know from her time on Dancing With the Stars that Sadie Robertson is a talented dancer. Although Sadie finished Dancing With the Stars in 2014, she's putting what she learned on the show to use by teaching others how to dance.
On Monday (Feb. 8) Sadie stopped by to visit the children in the Daraja Choir and teach them a special dance. The choir is made up of Kenyan and Ugandan children who travel to America on tour each year to lead worship services across the country. As the group's website states, by "sharing gifts of joy and freedom through a worshipful lifestyle of dance, song, and personal stories, the global Church is encouraged to go and serve others with their God-given gifts."
The Daraja Choir has shared a special relationship with the Robertson family for several years. In 2013, the choir had the chance to spend the July 4th holiday with the Robertsons, giving them a much-needed break from tour.
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Since then, the Robertsons have maintained their relationship with the group, especially Sadie, who frequently stops by to visit them. The children love Sadie so much that they've even taken to calling her "Auntie Sadie."
During her most recent visit with the choir, Sadie taught them a special "Duck Dynasty Dance," flapping her arms to resemble a duck. It looks like the child Sadie was teaching quickly picked up on the moves, because he didn't miss a beat! You can watch the cute moment in the video below.