Hello friends, and happy weekend! Hope your plans are fun and interesting.

If you missed any of our figure-skating coverage, it lives here. Do you want some sassy pants? Have you thoughts or feelings about work-out apps? Did you love the Super Bowl halftime show?

Science-y: Why Olympic figure skaters don’t get dizzy [CNN]

Relatedly science-y: How Olympic Figure Skaters Break Records with Physics [Scientific American]

Three’s a trend: A science-y look at how they make ice for the curling, at the NYT.

This is a fun and interesting read: Jessica Pressler on What’s Real and Not About Inventing Anna [Vulture]

Important and delightful, also at Vulture: “‘We Should Hate It, But It Works’ An oral history of the inexplicably star-studded, hallucinogenic ending of Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again.”

This is so awful and makes me mad for these women: Cowboys paid $2.4 million to settle cheerleaders’ voyeurism allegations against senior team executive [ESPN]

Lainey’s take on this feels so true: “You could power a whole city on Keke Palmer’s charisma in first trailer for Jordan Peele’s Nope.” (And I agree that the teeth aspect of this is creepy!)

Good question, at the Cut: Why Couldn’t Anybody Cancel Dolce & Gabbana?

Also at the Cut: What André Leon Talley Meant to Black People in Fashion: An overdue appreciation.

Also at Lainey: Dua Lipa seems like a good sport.

Oh, hey, we were just talking about this (not directly, in the course of talking about her and Kiefer’s big break-up): Let’s Remember Julia Roberts and That Infamous Divorce T-Shirt. [Pajiba]

A topic of hot convo in my own life: No, The New York Times did not make Wordle harder. [The Verge]

OMG, FINE!!!! Great! Stay home! Novak Djokovic won’t get vaccinated, is ‘willing’ to miss the French & Wimbledon [Celebitchy]