‘Big Brother 25’ Winner Jag Bains Reflects on Cirie and Jared Fields Playing Together in Secret
Through a season of twists and turns, the secret mother-son relationship between Cirie and Jared Fields stood as the biggest curveball of Big brother 25. And the winner of the season, Jag Bains, had a lot to say about it.
Many times friends and family have competed with each other in the Big brother a house. Oh Big brother 8 father-daughter duo Dick and Daniele Donato, that seven pairs storming into season 6 residence, competitors who join the game with someone they know back home a new idea.
But, this was the first time we saw a mother and son move into the CBS time slot — and unlike the other two examples listed, their relationship was kept a secret. Because Cirie is four times Survivor a legend and a winner The US Traitors, she was already known to many of the houseguests when she made her grand entrance. But, one player – Survivor the great poet Izzy Gleicher — Cirie’s relationship with Jared and the three combined forces that clocked in on the first day.
Although Izzy was voted out before the Jury, she brought her secret with her. And the only other contestant who knew about Cirie and Jared’s relationship was Blue Kim, a man who owned Jared. Jared volunteered the information to Blue, and she also kept it to herself.
Because of the unknown dynamic, Cirie and Jared absorbed more information than the other houseguests by maintaining close relationships with various contestants. Although the twist probably changed the trajectory of the game from the beginning, Jared officially left the house on day 58 – before the Jury. Cirie survived to the final five when she was eliminated on day 93.
Jag would never guess Cirie and Jared’s relationship “in a million years”
When the twist was first revealed to the unsuspecting houseguests on the final night, Jag and Matt Klotz – the last two players left in the house – were visibly surprised. And when Jag spoke with Rob Cesternino and Taran Armstrong on Rob had a Podcast about a week after snagging the grand prize of $750,000, he delved deeper into the game changer, and said that the turn has been a huge advantage for the Fields.
“For me, I didn’t see it coming. The biggest twist of the season by far. I had no idea, I couldn’t have guessed it in a million years. It was wild, and now that I started putting things back together, like, it makes so much sense. My first thought was, ‘Damn, we never had a chance to begin with.’ Do you understand me?”
Jag reflected on Jared playing together in “The Handful” at the beginning of season 25, an alliance that Cirie was outside of. “Cirie was on the other side, so that wasn’t going to work out,” Jag said. “We were really doomed from the start.”
Although The Handful seemed to have staying power, he quickly fell out with defacto leader Reilly Smedley, leaving the house as the second eviction. Jag blamed Jared’s bond with Cirie as a factor in his absence, and also reflected on other moments when Cire and Jared showed their strong bond, which Jag, at the time, put up with they were firm allies.
Specifically, Jag mentioned when Jared was sent packing during the first double eviction, but he came back into the house as a “zombie” with a chance to resurrect his game (something Cameron Hardin passed over Jared).
“It was the transmission that came down – it was Cirie who read it. And everything makes sense at that moment because when she read it, she started laughing. And I remember in my mind, I was like, ‘This is maniacal. Like, what’s happening? Why are you so excited that there are more people in this house? The point of the game is to have fewer people in the house and make it to the end.’ All of a sudden we have these two huge contestants coming back into the house. Why are we excited about this? And now it hits me. Like, that’s her son who has a chance to come back into the house — it’s not just Jared.”
“I feel so dumb,” Jag continued. “But, there’s nothing I could do to know this. I couldn’t guess it. Man, they played us. i will say that. I played.”
Rob then said that Jag wouldn’t know that a mole was such an ally. It’s one thing for someone to play both sides, it’s another thing when the player is the son of another houseguest. “That’s true,” replied Jag. “Because it really felt like a lot of things weren’t working at the beginning of the game, and I was like, ‘Why? I thought I would be better at this game.’ I remember thinking that.”
Jag said he remembers talking to Jared about Cirie in private. Jag took aim at Cirie’s game strategy – forming a close mother-like bond with some contestants while playing the other side of the house for “The Professors.” “I’m talking about his mother,” said Jag. “Of course he’s going to get back to her.”
The Jag game would end in week 4 with a unanimous eviction. But, as Matt used his “Power of Invincibility” advantage to nullify the 25-year-old’s eviction, Jag got a second lease on life. And he took full advantage of it. He set the record for most hitouts in a single season Big Brothers US League, and became the first ever Sikh hitter.
However, it’s not clear how the season would have ended if Jared and Cirie didn’t know each other when they entered the house. Would they be aligned? And would they have become as close to Izzy, who was part of their power alliance for the first few weeks of Big brother 25?
For example, Cameron was Head of Household for week 6 and Jared held the Power of Veto. Trying to take a shot at the Survivor icon, Cameron told Jared that he wanted him to use the Veto so he could backdoor Cirie. But, Jared shot down the idea. He didn’t use the power, and Izzy went home that week instead.
For almost 60 days of play, their secret relationship completely changed the game, and it also had lasting consequences.
But for Jag, the 100-day tournament eventually went his way. “Either way, I’m glad it worked out the way it did,” laughed Jag.
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