Big Brother 25: Alliances And Deals Report Week 3

After Hisam’s Head of Household focused on Reilly and how she apparently single-handedly divided the house, some of the houseguests have been scrambling to try to not be a part of that Reilly side of the house, but what’s done is done, really. The house remains split, but there are some new alliances and deals flourishing. They might not be the strongest of deals, but they are starting to form.

So let’s take a look at how the house looks as of Week 3.

Reilly’s side is still pretty much the same, minus her and Cameron. So Matt, Blue, Jag, Cory, America and Jared are still considered one side  while Cirie, Izzy, Bowie, Felicia, Red, Mecole and Hisam are the other.  Cameron has been doing what he can to get in good with the Cirie side, but he’s also been patching things up with his former side. For some people, that would be a pretty good place to be in, but there’s not much Cameron can really do to prove to either side he’s trustworthy. So other than his thing with Red, Cameron is kind of the lone wolf at the moment.

On that side, it’s safe to say that Matt, Blue and Jag are the closest to one another. But Jag and Blue have what seems to be a very solid Final 2 deal. Cory and America also have a deal going.

Speaking of Cory, he’s doing a pretty good job branching out. Not only does he have a secret deal with Mecole, he’s also now a part of a Cirie, Jared and Izzy group called The Crossroads.

The other side of the house still has most deals in place as before. Cirie, Jared and Izzy still have their deal while The Brown Sugar Babes, though weakened, are still holding on. That group is Cirie, Felicia, Jared and Mecole. And now Felicia and Cirie have an official duo going.

A couple other duos are still strong as well. Of course Cirie and Jared have their unbreakable bond, while Mecole has something going with herself and Cory, and herself and America.

The deal Hisam made with Blue and Jag was never really that real, and since he’s this week’s backdoor target, and will certainly go, anything Hisam was involved in won’t really matter. And Hisam going this week, likely won’t change dynamics much, because everyone is ready to see him go.

Thanks as always goes out to BigBrotherJunkie on Twitter (X) for keeping the alliances and deals organized nicely for everyone. Check out their latest alliances chart below.






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