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Gabe Bergado

Teen Vogue

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

Recent articles by Gabe:

Ingrid Andress Premieres "The Stranger" Music Video Alongside Debut Album "Lady Like"

It's a big day for Ingrid Andress. Friday (March 27) marks not only the release of the country music singer's debut album Lady Like but also the premiere of her new music video for "The Stranger." → Read More

Dylan Sprouse and Hannah Marks Banter in Exclusive Clip From New Rom-Com "Banana Split"

Teen Vogue has an exclusive clip from upcoming rom-com "Banana Split," starring Dylan Sprouse, Hannah Marks, and Liana Liberato. → Read More

Jerry Harris From "Cheer" Is Mat Talking Us Through the Coronavirus Pandemic

Jerry Harris from Netflix's "Cheer" took to Instagram to share some uplifting mat talk during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

"One Day at a Time" Is Back for Season 4 Following Netflix Cancellation

After Netflix cancelled "One Day at a Time," the series has returned for season 4 on CBS's Pop network. → Read More

Gal Gadot Singing "Imagine" with a Bunch of Celebs Isn't Helping my Coronavirus Anxiety

In this op-ed, entertainment features editor Gabe Bergado unpacks his thoughts on Gal Gadot's celebrity "Imagine" video. → Read More

Coronavirus Shutdowns Have Comedians Turning to Livestreams and Google Docs

In a place like New York City, comedians have leaned into the internet to lighten the dark times we have found ourselves in. → Read More

"Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens" Puts an Entertaining Korean Drama Spin on History

We get to hear Grandma's backstory, from past lovers to leaving China. → Read More

Jordan Fisher on Lara Jean’s Endgame, Representation on Broadway, and the Power of Video Games

Jordan Fisher talks taking on the role of John Ambrose in "To All the Boys: P.S I Still Love You," his return to Broadway in "Dear Evan Hansen," and more. → Read More

AOC Is Joining "RuPaul's Drag Race" as a Guest Judge

"RuPaul's Drag Race" has announced a new slate of guest judges including AOC, Normani, Chaka Khan, and more. → Read More

"To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" Starts Team Peter Vs. Team John Ambrose Battle

Lana Condor foresaw a fan battle about "To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" and the love triangle between Lara Jean, Peter, and John Ambrose. → Read More

How "To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" Star Jordan Fisher Won the Role of John Ambrose

"To all the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" is finally here. → Read More

"Sex Education" Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix

Netflix has renewed "Sex Education" for a third season after the critical success of its first two iterations. → Read More

"Parasite" Makes History at Oscars 2020 as First Non-English Film to Win Best Picture

Director Bong Joon Ho's Parasite made history more than once during Oscars 2020. It's the first non-English speaking film to win Best Picture in Oscars history. → Read More

Oscars 2020: The 6 Funniest Moments and Memes

At Oscars 2020, Rebel Wilson and James Corden dressed in cat costumes, Timothée Chalamet and Margot Robbie shared a moment, and more. → Read More

“Parasite” Director Bong Joon Ho Giggling Over His Oscars 2020 Win Is Too Adorable

"Parasite" took home the award for best original screenplay and Bong Joon Ho's reaction was easily the most adorable thing ever. → Read More

"Birds of Prey" Star Ella Jay Basco on Bringing to Life Cassandra Cain

In "Birds of Prey," Ella Jay Basco plays the pickpocketing Cassandra Cain. She opens up about working with Margot Robbie and her upcoming debut album. → Read More

"Everything's Gonna Be Okay" Star Kayla Cromer on Autism Representation and Changing Hollywood

To play Matilda in "Everything's Gonna Be Okay," Kayla Cromer reflected on her own life, getting to have some of her own quirks written into the character. → Read More

"Sex Education" Is One of the Queerest Teen Shows Ever

With its second season, "Sex Education" goes down in the history books as one that sets the bar for nuanced portrayals of queer teens. → Read More

Grammys 2020: Funniest Moments and Memes

The Grammys 2020 had plenty of brilliant performances and well-deserved wins, but there were also a couple of other moments and memes that had us laughing. → Read More

Taylor Swift Calls Out Sexist Remarks From Label Execs in "Miss Americana" Trailer

The official trailer for Taylor Swift's upcoming Netflix documentary, Miss Americana, is finally here. It premieres at the Sundance Film Festival on January 23. → Read More