Gabe Bergado, Teen Vogue

Gabe Bergado

Teen Vogue

Sunnydale, OR, United States

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Recent:
  • Teen Vogue
Past:
  • Inverse
  • The Daily Dot
  • Mic
  • Mashable

Recent articles by Gabe:

Shawn Mendes Gazed Adoringly at Lizzo on the Brit Awards 2019 Red Carpet

Shawn Mendes was captured on film looking at Lizzo as though captivated, a moment that Lizzo then shared on social media. → Read More

"4 Feet: Blind Date" Is a Captivating Film Showing That Disabled People Have a Right to Their Sexuality

"4 Feet: Blind Date" follows the story of Juana, an 18-year-old girl living with disability exploring her love and sex life. → Read More

The Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party 2019 Was All About Reunions and New Friends

Teen Vogue and Snapchat teamed up to celebrate today's rising talent with the Young Hollywood Party at the historic Los Angeles Theatre. → Read More

"Riverdale" Stars KJ Apa and Rob Raco Perform as The Good Time Boys at Teen Vogue's Young Hollywood Party

"Riverdale" actors KJ Apa and Rob Raco performed with The Good Time Boys to celebrate Teen Vogue's Young Hollywood Class of 2019 at the Los Angeles Theatre. → Read More

Lili Reinhart Calls Cole Sprouse "My Love" in Her Valentine's Day Post

To celebrate Valentine's Day, "Riverdale" stars Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart had different approaches to the romantic holiday. → Read More

Noah Centineo's Mom Is Helping Set Him Up with a Fan for a Sunset Hike

Noah Centineo and his mom teamed up for a video that offers fans the chance to spend a day with the "To All the Boys" star, all in the name of charity. → Read More

Meet Cardi B's Grammys 2019 Pianist Who Stole the Show: Chloe Flower

During Cardi B's Grammys 2019 performance of "Money," many were wondering who was playing the piano. Meet the mystery woman: composer Chloe Flower. → Read More

Nina Nesbitt on Creating Her Ever-So-Dreamy Album "The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change"

Nina Nesbitt opened up about finding her pop sound, producing from her bedroom, her love for Alanis Morissette, and more. → Read More

Indya Moore’s Young Hollywood 2019 Interview on the Groundbreaking Power of “Pose” and the Need for Trans Representation Free From Oppression

Part of Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood Class of 2019, Indya Moore represents the change-maker holding the industry accountable. → Read More

Joey King’s Young Hollywood 2019 Interview on "The Act," Registering to Vote, and Shaving Her Head

Part of Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood Class of 2019, “The Kissing Booth” star Joey King talks about her upcoming projects. → Read More

Yalitza Aparicio’s Young Hollywood 2019 Interview on Handling the Success of “Roma” and Why She Lost Interest in Film While Growing Up

Yalitza Aparicio has been in a whirlwind since the release of her film “Roma.” She opens up about newfound fame for Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood Class of 2019. → Read More

Jordan Fisher on the Magic of "Rent: Live" and Playing His Dream Role of Mark — With One Important Update

Ahead of Fox's "Rent: Live," Jordan Fisher opened up about working with Vanessa Hudgens (again), achieving his dream of playing Mark, and more. → Read More

Yalitza Aparicio Is the First Indigenous Woman to Be Nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress

This isn't the first time the "Roma" star has made the headlines. → Read More

ABearNamedTroy Is the Queer Artist Shutting Down Toxic Masculinity With His New Song "Jeez"

While toxic masculinity continues to be a problem, artists such as Troy Solomon, aka ABearNamedTroy, are challenging the malady. → Read More

"Deadly Class" Turns Teenage Angst Into Matters of Life and Death at the "Hogwarts for Assassins"

"Deadly Class" follows a group of students at Kings Dominion, an academy for assassins where teenage politics are a matter of life and death. → Read More

"Roswell, New Mexico" Brings Together Aliens Hiding in Plain Sight and Real-World Challenges Faced by Undocumented People

When Liz Ortecho returns to her hometown of Roswell, New Mexico, it feels as if her entire world crashes down around her in just a few days. → Read More

Ncuti Gatwa Is the Newcomer Bringing to Life Eric, the Scene-Stealing, Unapologetically Gay Teen on "Sex Education"

"Sex Education" actor Ncuti Gatwa opened up about embracing the role of Eric, filming that ridiculous banana scene, and plenty more. → Read More

The Importance of Sandra Oh Thanking Her Parents in Korean at the Golden Globes 2019

It was a small political act, reminding people that there's still plenty of work to be done. → Read More

Emma Stone Shouted "I'm Sorry" at the Golden Globes 2019 After Sandra Oh Called Out Whitewashing in "Aloha"

During the Golden Globe 2019s, Sandra Oh joked about Asian representation in movies like "Aloha"; Emma Stone apologized from the audience. → Read More

E!'s Jameela Jamil "Insult" at the Golden Globes 2019 Was Actually Genius

E! flubbed Jameela Jamil's name during Golden Globes 2019 in a nod to her "Good Place" character Tahani. → Read More