Watch: Savannah Chrisley Stars In Her First Ever Music Video!

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Jul. 9 2018, Updated 4:53 p.m. ET

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It's lights, camera, action for Savannah Chrisley!

The 20-year-old has made her official music video debut in country singer Matt Stell's "Prayed For You."

Turns out that Savannah has been offered roles in music videos in the past but it was something that her father Todd wasn't really thrilled about. Things changed however, once he heard Matt's song.

“We get a lot of requests for Savannah to be in music videos,” Todd told PEOPLE. “And normally it’s not something I would want her to do, but Matt Stell’s song is a very uplifting song. It gives me hope for these young girls and guys today.”

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The video has an extra surprise in it, as it also stars Savannah's hockey playing beau Nic Kerdiles! Todd officially welcomed him into the family in early June. The two became an item in early 2018.

So what inspired Savannah to want to be apart of this video? “I fell in love with this song when I heard it,” she said. “My generation looks for their person in all the wrong ways. ‘Prayed for You’ is a song that explains how if you focus on the right thing, then the right thing will come along.”

Savannah Chrisley

“I wanted to be a part of something that I stood for and that I believed in,” Savannah added. “Playing the lead role in the music video was more fun and more calm then what I am used to doing. I would take this any day! It was so much fun and everyone was so great to work with.”

What are your thoughts on Savannah's appearance? Sound off in the comments! 


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