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'Duck Dynasty' star Missy Robertson sings national anthem at NASCAR race

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Missy Robertson was on hand for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway. She sang the national anthem to a giant crowd as well as the television viewers around the world. According to an April 6 report by USA Today, the race at Texas Motor Speedway was officially known as the “Duck Commander 500.”

Missy Robertson is best known as the wife of Jase Robertson, the sister-in-law to Willie Robertson and the daughter-in-law to Phil and Miss Kay Robertson. She is also the mother of three. Fans of “Duck Dynasty” has seen her sing on the hit A&E television series several times in the past.

Sadie Robertson gave the invocation at the Duck Commander 500. She is the daughter of Willie Robertson. Jase Robertson announced the drivers. All members of the Robertson family will play a role in the race at Texas Motor Speedway.

“I think Missy [Robertson] did a really good job. And, she got all the words right,” Dara Kelly, a fan of both NASCAR and “Duck Dynasty” from Oklahoma City, said. “I was thrilled to see Sadie [Robertson] pray. It is great to see a young person pray in front of people.”

Tony Stewart started on the poll. This was the first time he had been in the poll position since September of 2012. That was in Atlanta. Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards made up the rest of the top five.



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