Cirie Fields Hopes to Compete on The Amazing Race After Survivor, Big Brother, The Traitors Runs (Exclusive)

The nurse and television personality opens up to PEOPLE about her desires to continue her reality competition show reign

<p>Monica Schipper/Getty </p> Cirie Fields and Jared Fields at the 2023 Variety

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Cirie Fields and Jared Fields at the 2023 Variety's Women Of Reality TV event.

Cirie Fields isn’t done with reality TV competition shows just yet.

The nurse and television favorite because a household name over the years with multiple appearance on Survivor, and even went on to take home back-to-backs win on the inaugural seasons of USA Network's Snake in the Grass (2022) and Peacock's The Traitors (2023).

And now, after a fan-favorite run on Big Brother alongside her son, Jared Fields, the Connecticut resident tells PEOPLE she has her sights set on The Amazing Race — after starting a “millennial view versus a Gen X view” podcast with Jared.

“Mama knows best or does she?” Cirie, 53, says on the red carpet while attending the 2023 Variety Women of Reality TV event at Spago in Beverly Hills, California. “And then maybe The Amazing Race, they'll have me, I'm not quite sure. We'll see!”

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<p>Emma McIntyre/Variety via Getty</p> Cirie Fields sits next to Kandi Burruss and Carrie Ann Inaba at the Variety Women of Reality TV event.

Emma McIntyre/Variety via Getty

Cirie Fields sits next to Kandi Burruss and Carrie Ann Inaba at the Variety Women of Reality TV event.

In a continued conversation with Variety's Kate Arthur during the event, she adds, “I did Big Brother season 25 with [Jared]... to have a possibility of running The Amazing Race with him is what my heart desires.”

Big Brother fans will remember — this summer, Cirie and Jared teamed up in the Big Brother house, and mainly kept their familial relationship a secret from the rest of the houseguests. Though neither took home the crown, the secret duo formed individual alliances, and for some weeks, controlled the vote based on their shared best interests.

Jared was eliminated from the house before Cirie. He did return to the house for one post-eviction week as a Big Brother “zombie,” but was later eliminated again.

Related: 'Survivor' 's Cirie on JT's Blindside: 'Good Move'

<p>Robert Voets/CBS via Getty</p> Cirie Fields on Survivor season 34.

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Cirie Fields on Survivor season 34.

Cirie’s reality TV history started long before Big Brother with four Survivor seasons beginning with Survivor: Panama — Exile Island in 2006, where she placed fourth. She returned in 2008 and placed third on Survivor: Micronesia. Appearance No. 3 came with 2010's Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, where she finishing 17th. Her fourth appearance on Survivor: Game Changers came in 2017, where she famously finished 6th place without receiving an elimination vote.

Wins with the Snake in the Grass and The Traitors helped cement Cirie's reality TV icon status — though she doesn't see herself that way.

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<p>CBS</p> Cirie Fields on 'Big Brother'


Cirie Fields on 'Big Brother'

"I'm so, I don't know, kind of humble," she tells PEOPLE on Wednesday. "I don't want to think in those terms. Your family always thinks you are a big deal — and I feel blessed that they see me in that light — but I don't feel like I'm a big deal. But you know, I have three boys (John, Jamil and Jared) so it brings me almost to tears knowing they look at me that way."

And while audiences enjoys her strategic gameplay on a variety of shows, Cirie does the same as a viewer of reality TV herself, even if she doesn't always have time. “I DVR everything while I'm playing and I come back and I catch up,” she says.

The Amazing Race is currently airing its 35th season on CBS (Wednesdays, 9:30 p.m. ET).

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