Sadie Robertson isn’t just an heiress to the Duck Dynasty fortune, she is also a major competitor on Dancing With The Stars Season 19. According to dance partner Mark Ballas, the 17-year-old reality TV star could take the entire competition.

Last week Robertson and Ballas danced the cha cha, which led judge Bruno Tonioli to call her, “a bird of paradise.” That performance was good enough for a second place finish. Not bad for someone who does not have any dance experience.

Speaking to Access Hollywood, Ballas said the Duck Dynasty star “has what it takes” to become the next DWTS winner.

“I definitely feel like we have potential for sure, yeah,” said Ballas. “It’s only Week 2 coming up, but you can keep taking it day by day, week by week, but I definitely feel like she has potential, yes.”

While only time will tell if she can move from second place finishes to top of the heap, it is obvious that Sadie Robertson and Mark Ballas are having a fun time. Ballas and Roberts has been posting Instagram pics from their practice sessions.

Ballas posted an Instagram message for #TeamQuackAttack. That hashtag refers to Robertson’s association with her family’s duck call and hunting accessories empire.

More than 24,000 fans have liked the #TeamQuackPack message, showcasing the huge support that the Dancing With The Stars pairing are already receiving.

Despite her strong performance, Sadie admits that she is on edge because of the judging portion of the show. She recently revealed, “I think the hardest part is just listening to what the judges have to say because I’m so sensitive, so I know the day I mess up and it’s like, they’re just killing me, I know I’m gonna get emotional.”

She may be young, but Sadie Robertson seems to be working together really well with Mark Ballas. If she continues to perform the way she has been dancing, she very well could be the next winner on DWTS.

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