Happy Super Bowl weekend! I hope you enjoy it no matter what you are up to!

ICYMI, we’ve had a LOT of Olympic figure-skating coverage here on GFY. (It has been….an insane week in figure-skating.) Don’t forget to catch up on our recaps of The Gilded Age (they are full of deep dives!). And you might want some hedgehog earrings, or other animal jewelry! Finally, a reminder that The Heir Affair is currently a mere $2.99 wherever you get your ebooks (that link is to Amazon).

This is SO SWEET: Her dad died. So her favorite NFL star took her to the father-daughter dance. [WaPo]

Thank you for this,  Roxana Hadadi: An Ode to the Varsity Blues ‘I Don’t Want Your Life’ Speech [Vulture]

This is truly one hell of a story, at NY Mag: “‘I More So Consider Myself a Con Artist Than Anything’ What Danielle Miller learned at Horace Mann and Rikers.”

Speaking of wild, so is this story: How The Crypto Couple Went From Wannabe Tech Luminaries To Targets In The Biggest Financial Seizure In Justice Department History. [Forbes]

This is REALLY old, but someone was secretly filmed a soap opera at the Burbank Ikea!!?!?! I love this. [Maclean’s]

This is such an interesting piece about the Royal Theater in Baltimore. [Baltimore Magazine]

Fascinating: These Animals Are Feasting on the Ruins of an Extinct World [The Atlantic]

This seems true: “Not even Jennifer Lopez’s charisma can overcome the many hurdles of Marry Me.” [Lainey]

At the NYT: I Used Apple AirTags, Tiles and a GPS Tracker to Watch My Husband’s Every Move (for science! He knew!).

Logistically SO interesting, at The Athletic (subscription required): The music of figure skating: How a routine gets its soundtrack, from the classical to the ‘intergalactic love story’

I know this is of major interest to a lot of you: Crash Landing On You stars Son Ye-jin and Hyun Bin dominate headlines today after announcing their engagement. I need to watch this show. [Lainey]

Um, WHY? Armie Hammer and his estranged wife Elizabeth Chambers are ‘slowly figuring things out as a couple’. (I feel like it’s possible someone at Disney was like, “we need to make some money on Death on the Nile, PLEASE pretend you are working stuff out with him for like TWO WEEKS, we will make it worth your while,” and this whole thing is a PR front. (Just a warning that that piece elaborates on the allegations against Armie Hammer and they will turn your hair white.)

This is NEAT: Artist Shrinks Iconic Television Sets Into Perfectly Crafted Miniature Scenes [My Modern Met]

What is even going on with this? Kanye West threatens to pull out of Coachella unless Billie Eilish apologizes to Travis Scott.  (He’s not going to pull out of Coachella; also, his managers should truly change his social passwords.) [Celebitchy]

This GQ video interview with Robert Pattinson is SO GOOD; he is so thoughtful and interesting, and FUNNY.

Finally, I know this is old, but I just saw and it it is one of the best things I’ve ever seen: