Gabe Bergado, Teen Vogue

Gabe Bergado

Teen Vogue

New York, United States

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  • Teen Vogue
Past:
  • them.
  • GQ
  • Inverse
  • The Daily Dot
  • Mic
  • Mashable

Recent articles by Gabe:

Camila Cabello Performs "Living Proof" for First Time Live at 2019 AMAs

Like an angel sent from heaven, Camila Cabello graced the 2019 American Music Awards stage for her second performance of the night. → Read More

Please Don't Ask Harry Styles If Women Fans Fight Over Him

Fans are rallying behind Harry Styles after a radio host insinuated that women must fight over him all the time and that he must love the attention. → Read More

Mxmtoon Releases Graphic Novel and Short Film for “the masquerade”

Fans of mxmtoon’s "the masquerade" can now experience the music in a whole new way: through a graphic novel bringing to life each of the songs in a flurry of illustrations. → Read More

Keke Palmer Takes "Sorry to This Man" Meme to the Louvre

Keke Palmer shared a photo at the Louvre with her mom and a "random white woman" that she later gave the meme treatment. → Read More

Netflix Drops First Look of Christian Serratos as Selena Quintanilla

Netflix's forthcoming "Selena: The Series" released its first teaser of actor Christian Serratos as iconic singer Selena Quintanilla. → Read More

"Fresh Off the Boat" Will Come to a Close After Six Seasons

The groundbreaking series starring Constance Wu and Randall Park is the longest-running network sitcom about an Asian-American family. → Read More

Hope in a Box Is Showing LGBTQ Students That Queer People Exist in Literature

Hope in a Box is the nonprofit that donates boxes of LGBT-inclusive books, soundtracks, and movies to rural and low-income schools. → Read More

AirPods Pro Tips and Tricks

From lowering the volume without using your hands to translating languages, here are some tricks while using your AirPods Pro. → Read More

"Daybreak" Star Austin Crute on Portraying Queer Characters, Turning Heartbreak Into Art, and the End of the World

In Netflix’s "Daybreak," the high school students of Glendale — including Austin Crute’s Wesley Fists — undergo quite the transformation after the apocalypse. → Read More

I'm Obsessed with the Covers of "Pocket Change Collective," a Book Series by Some of Today's Leading Activists

What if you were able to carry the words of some of today's biggest activists with you by just throwing them into your bag? Soon enough you will with Pocket Change Collective. → Read More

K-Pop Helped Me Reconnect With My Asian-American Identity

Throughout high school, I jammed along to the likes of BIGBANG, 2NE1, and more. → Read More

Netflix's "Let It Snow" Trailer Teases the New Romantic Comedy Perfect for the Holidays

"Let It Snow" follows a number of love stories in Gracetown, a place that looks out of a holiday card. The film stars Kiernan Shipka, Isabela Merced, and more. → Read More

Tiffany Young on Her New Single "Run For Your Life," the Magnetic Moon Tour, and How She's Changing K-pop

Tiffany Young has made a name for herself as a solo artist in the world of K-pop. Now she's about to embark on her first tour in the United States. → Read More

Dove Cameron Released Her First Original Music, "Bloodshot" and "Waste"

Dove Cameron tells Teen Vogue, "I have been growing and changing a lot over the past few months and I needed my music to reflect that." → Read More

The Iconic "Degrassi Community School" Sign Is Being Auctioned Off

Various props from the set of "Degrassi: The Next Generation" are being auctioned off, including the iconic 20-foot-long sign. → Read More

Sam Smith Shares Their Pronouns Are They/Them After "Lifetime of Being at War" With Their Gender

On Friday, singer-songwriter Sam Smith shared on Instagram that that they are changing their pronouns to they/them to better reflect their gender identity. → Read More

Sam Smith Shares Their Pronouns Are They/Them After "Lifetime of Being at War" With Their Gender

On Friday, singer-songwriter Sam Smith shared on Instagram that they are changing their pronouns to they/them to better reflect their gender identity. → Read More

"Unbelievable" Star Kaitlyn Dever on Doing Marie's Story Justice and Putting the Focus on Rape Survivors

In Netflix's "Unbelievable," Kaitlyn Dever plays Marie, a young woman who reports being raped but is doubted by detectives on her case. → Read More

Lil Nas X Took Down Homophobic Questions From Men in a Barbershop About Why He Came Out

Lil Nas X continues to be the living legend he is, this time taking down homophobia and explaining why he chose to come out at the time he did. → Read More

Trump Memes Have Gone from Helpful to Overwhelming

In this op-ed, writer Gabe Bergado unpacks why memes about President Trump no longer serve the same form of political humor as they did in his early presidency. → Read More