Late last night Tiffany Rousso met with Bridgette Dunning and Natalie Negrotti to talk about the mythical all-girls alliance which has eluded Big Brother for years. Could this be the season to see that change?
Tiffany and Bridgette were talking away in the lounge late last night when Natalie joined them and there’s immediate talk of how the guys can not be trusted. The solution? Let’s gang up on them because they’re numbers are getting worse each round.
Yes, the guys are down two in the count and it’s about to be three making the house an eight to five advantage for the ladies. Of course it may be a questionable strategy to start pitching alliances that go against your current alliance when you’re actively sitting on the Block, but that’s not stopping Tiffany.
Tiffany and Bridgette have been discussing their views of the house dynamics and possible alliances. Bridgette thinks Nicole, Da’Vonne, Michelle, and Zakiyah may be working together. They are, but Bridgette doesn’t suggest that Tiffany is with them, whether or not she suspects it.
Natalie walks in and Tiffany lets her know the guys can’t be trusted. She says Frank was lying to Jozea all last week to keep him calm while James acts nice to the girls now but he wouldn’t bring them to the end. Not all the guys are bad though as Tiffany says she can trust Paulie right now.
Talk turns to the possibility of the women working together as Tiffany suggests there are “girls girls” and “guys girls,” the latter of which she accuses Michelle of being. Tiffany then makes a strange reference, possibly true but still odd, that a preseason Twitter rumor suggested one girl would be sent in saying she wanted to make an all-girls alliance but it would be a lie.
Tiffany really doesn’t seem to trust Michelle and says that all of Michelle’s fan pages (she has created them in the past for former Houseguests) have been the male players and not any of the female ones. Tiffany uses this to suggest Michelle can’t be trusted and should not be brought in to an all-girls alliance. She has some alternatives in mind though.
Da’Vonne is high on her list to bring in to the fold and says she already tested the waters there. Natalie says Bronte would definitely be interested in joining. Bridgette isn’t talking much, but she’s there so you can include her. If they bring in Da’Vonne then that would pull in Zakiyah as well.
Tiffany is careful to say this is not an official alliance launch, but rather just something for them to think about. They’re going to go back and talk with their allies and see what could be put together.
Well this has potential and the ladies are right that they’re about to have really strong numbers in their favor, but when you’re talking five against eight and already removing some of your eight they don’t just disappear. Any ladies left behind would likely convene with the guys and then you’ve lost your stronger advantage.
I wouldn’t mind seeing an all-girls alliance pull it off here so it’ll be interesting to keep our eye on what they could deliver. But like I said, Tiffany might want to wait until Friday to get this ball rolling.