Todd Chrisley shared a clip of the new episode of "Chrisley Knows Best" on his Instagram page, showing as he and his daughter, Savannah, taught his granddaughter Chloe how to roller skate.
There will be some roller skating lessons, and moves on display on the next episode of "Chrisley Knows Best," if the promo shared by Todd Chrisley is anything to go by.
Todd shared a short clip of the promo for the show's next episode on his Instagram page, and it looks like it would center around him and Savannah as they battle to teach Chloe how to roller skate.
The clip began with Savannah saying that she would teach Chloe how to roller skate, with Todd heard asking out loud why she thought she could skate.
It looks as though Todd eventually got in on the act as he was seen on roller skates, urging Chloe to come to him. The reality television star captioned the post, writing:
"How well do you think @SavannahChrisley can roller skate?"
Many fans of the show that commented on Todd's post said they could not wait for Thursday to arrive so that they could watch the drama unfold.
Chloe is the biracial daughter of Todd Chrisley's oldest son, Kyle, whom he shares with his ex-girlfriend, Angela Victoria. However, Chloe has been raised by Todd and his wife, Julie Chrisley, who gained custody of her after Kyle struggled with substance abuse.
Savannah revealed that the changes that happened in their home after her father's COVID-19 diagnosis was difficult for Chloe.
In an exclusive chat with People, to promote the new season of "Chrisley Knows Best," Savannah revealed that she had faced judgment while out in public with her biracial niece, who is 7-years old.
Savannah said it was her duty to defend Chloe against racism and discrimination, adding that the looks she got from people when she was with Chloe were devastating. She further said:
"To see the judgment from people. …We're in 2020, this should not be happening.."
Savannah stressed the need for people fighting against racial discrimination and injustice to match their words with actions because it was no longer enough for one to say they were not racist.
In another interview with Lifestyle Magazine, Savannah said that Chloe was too mature for her age and that she was like a freak about anything, narrating how the 7-year-old has reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Savannah revealed that the changes that happened in their home after her father's COVID-19 diagnosis was difficult for Chloe to deal with, meaning they had to get down and talk to her and explain things clearly.
Fans of "Chrisley Knows Best" have watched Chloe's growth on the show with awe and amazement, as the 7-year-old is always cheerful and happy, surrounded by a family she knows will always be there for her.