Savannah Chrisley Shares JoJo Siwa's “Masked Singer” Advice, Plus Who in Her Family Would Be 'Money' on the Show

The 'Chrisley Knows Best' alum and the former 'Dance Moms' star got to know each other while appearing together on season 2 of Fox's 'Special Forces: World's Toughest Test'

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Savannah Chrisley was able to rely on a Masked Singer vet's sound advice about the show.

The Unlocked podcast host, 26, was unmasked as the Afghan Hound during Wednesday night's episode. However, before hitting the main stage, Chrisley competed in another popular Fox reality series: Special Forces: World's Toughest Test.

Chrisley's Special Forces experience proved to be the challenge of a lifetime, and it also allowed her to build life-long friendships with some of her castmates, including JoJo Siwa, who also happens to be a previous Masked Singer competitor.

"She's freaking awesome. I love her to death," Chrisley tells PEOPLE of the 20-year-old Dance Moms alum. "She's just an angel of a human being, so she gave me advice and it made it a lot easier to obviously get through."

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So, what exactly was that advice? "She just said, go have fun," the Chrisley Knows Best alum shares.

"It doesn't matter how good you sound, how bad you sound, just go in, have fun and embrace it," she adds. "It was awesome."

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Michael Becker / FOX

Chrisley admits she had "no musical abilities" before appearing on the series, and she had "zero training whatsoever" upon gearing up to hit the stage to perform "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" during the show's Wizard of Oz-themed week.

"If I didn't have a costume on, there's no way in Hell I would ever have been able to do that show. None whatsoever," she confesses. "Honestly, [the costume] took away some anxiety, so it made it so much better. The head was a little heavy, but other than that, it was awesome."

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At the end of the day, the reality star says it "was all about having fun for me."

"I knew I wasn't going to go far because clearly, I cannot sing whatsoever. So, it wasn't about that for me," she adds. "It was just showing up, not taking myself too serious and showing [my siblings Grayson and Chloe] that like, 'Hey, go outside of your comfort zone. Do something that you're uncomfortable with, have fun, laugh at yourself.' That's kind of where I was with it."

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Kevin Winter/Getty

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As for whether she believes another Chrisley family member should follow in her footsteps, she says Nanny Faye Chrisley "would be hilarious."

"So freaking funny. That would be just money," she adds of the 80-year-old fan favorite. "That would be absolutely hilarious."

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