Savannah Chrisley is stripping down to show off her “insane” lazy workout and getting paid for the privilege of doing so. The 23-year-old “Chrisley Knows Best” star, fresh from launching her SASSY by Savannah cosmetics line, today updated for her 2.2 million Instagram followers, but shouting out another brand. Savannah, who already fronts South Beach Diet, was promoting Body Revolution‘s patch-on sculpting devices, and the Southern Belle swears that the “contractions” are “insane.” Check out the video, plus the potential earnings below.
Scroll for the action. Savannah, who has been stuffing her face with everything from her gooey coffee loaf to her massive Thanksgiving pound cake, showed a rather novel way of ensuring a six-pack – basically, stick on Body Revolution’s wrap-around devices and let the machine do the work for you. The Southern Belle even demonstrated it all, seen in total #influencer mode and stripped down to skimpy spandex via a sports bra and tight matching yoga pants.
“As you guys know, I absolutely SWEAR by them,” Savannah began, shouting out Body Revolution.
Savannah, all bronzed up and with her signature choppy short hair, said that Body Revolution is ideal for “your, you know, at home workouts, not so much workout. They’ve got them for your abs, your arms…. Ok so you guys, I have it on now.”
Savannah said she was going to “crank up” the intensity so her followers could see for themselves. The Georgia-born star did, indeed, show a pulsating result as her already rock-hard abs got a little top-up. See it below.
Savannah, who called the whole thing “absolutely insane” and “crazy,” then offered her fans a sweet deal. Use her code and you get 60% off. “BURNS FAT AND SCULPTS,” the daughter to real estate mogul Todd Chrisley added, saying the “results are visibly so…the contractions are crazy.”
Not mentioned were the actual grueling workouts Savannah undergoes, with her followers regularly seeing her punching like a pro and dripping mad sweat in the gym. See her paycheck and the braless Daisy Dukes below!
Pay on Instagram tends to be per post and generally correlates with following. Chrisley didn’t use a #ad, although the disclaimer required by Instagram doesn’t appear necessary when the promo agenda is clear. Meanwhile, the low-down from Vox is:
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!”
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