[WATCH] Duck Dynasty cast surprises in hilarious “Blurred Lines” parody at the CMA Awards

The Robertsons, Carrie and BradMove over, Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke. The Robertson family of “Duck Dynasty” fame have replaced twerking and those “Blurred Lines” with long beards and “Duck Blinds,” taking the stage with country artists Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley on Wednesday night’s Country Music Association Awards.

Jase Robertson, his wife Missy, Willie Robertson and his wife Korie of the A&E hit show joined CMA co-hosts Paisley and Underwood for their own rendition of Thicke’s hit song. The cast boogied their way on stage as Underwood and Paisley sang, and then presented the first award of the night.

“What a crazy time to be alive today. There’s two major phenomena going on in pop culture today. ‘Blurred Lines’ with Miley Cyrus tweaking right beside him,” Paisley told the audience.

“And a TV family that hasn’t shaved since the Reagan administration and makes duck calls,” Underwood continued.

The pair then launched into their more family-friendly version of the song, with the help of some surprise guests.

“I drive a truck,” Paisley sang as Underwood quack, quack, quacked in the background. “What rhymes with truck? I’ll tell you what rhymes with truck. … Duck.”

“You’re a country girl … I feel fantastic. They’s about to get blasted. These ducks are plastic. Duck blinds,” the pair crooned.

As the Robertson family danced their way to the stage, the crowd erupted in cheers. Country music’s Tim McGraw and Faith Hill boogied along with the music, showing their love for the group.

Check out “Duck Blinds” below.

Comments

Polititainment

WH responds to 'Deport Justin Bieber' petition

Despite the pleas of more than 270,000 Americans to deport Justin Bieber, the White House has chosen not to weigh in on the issue. However, the Obama administration did use a petition calling on the White House to revoke the pop artist's green card to plug President Barack Obama's plan for immigration reform.

Secret Service once threatened Mr. Met's life

Mr. Met sure has a lot of fans in New York. But the larger-than-life mascot definitely doesn't have one in the Secret Service, who threatened to shoot and kill him if he approached President Bill Clinton, according to a firsthand account.

Jill Biden on Joe: "I fell in love with the boys first"

Second Lady of the United States Dr. Jill Biden didn't marry Vice President Joe Biden for his sense of humor -- instead, she "fell in love" with his two sons first.

Joe Biden's first Instagram photo

Ladies and gentlemen of this great nation, rejoice! Vice President Joe Biden has joined Instagram -- and his first post is everything you ever dreamed it would be.

Celebrate Tax Day with this ditty

What better way to celebrate curse Tax Day than with a little toe-tapping, finger-snapping ditty that perfectly describes how we all feel about the Internal Revenue Service?

White House

PETA is peeved with Michelle Obama and used little girls to tell her about it

First Lady Michelle Obama has earned the ire of three young girls. But they're not upset with her less-than-filling "Let's Move!" school lunches. Instead, these youngins are upset about the real eggs used in the White House Easter Egg Roll.

Jay Carney: “Never been a more transparent administration”

Despite consistent objections by journalists that the White House overly restricts press access, Press Secretary Jay Carney believes that there has "never been a more transparent administration."

Jay Carney: Toughest interview for Obama in 2012 was with Jon Stewart

Give comedian Jon Stewart a gold star sticker. The host of The Daily Show was President Barack Obama's toughest interviewer during the 2012 election cycle, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said on Thursday.

The most powerful selfie in the world

Joe Biden — he's just like you, and he takes selfies, too.

Obama: Republicans a threat to the right to vote

President Barack Obama slammed Republicans on Friday for supporting voter identification law and labeled the GOP as a threat to the right to vote.

Congress

Rep Black: GOP budget makes a path to a bright future

Our nation is $17.4 trillion in debt and out of control Washington spending has no end in sight. In fact, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that on our current trajectory we will return to $1 trillion annual budget deficits by the year 2022.

Cruz: Impeach Holder

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) pulled no punches when criticizing Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday, as he called on Congress to impeach the Department of Justice head.

Pelosi: GOP not acting on immigration because of race

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) pulled the race card when speaking about Republicans' inaction in passing comprehensive immigration reform and said "race has something to do" with the GOP not bringing such legislation to the House floor.

House passes Ryan's budget plan

The House on Thursday passed a 10-year Republican spending plan drafted by Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan.

Read more at The Washington Examiner.

Harry Reid's Koch-fueled meltdown

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has been in a Koch-fueled rage, seizing moments left and right (mostly from the left) to bash Charles and David Koch.