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Past articles by Gabe:

Kehlani Releases "Open (Passionate)" Music Video

The musician looks stunning in the two-part video for "Open (Passionate)." → Read More

Netflix's "Cursed" Starring Katherine Langford Releases First Look Photos

Katherine Langford might be Cursed in her upcoming Netflix show, but we're blessed to finally get a first look at the adventure-fantasy series. → Read More

A Penn Badgley Doppelgänger Is Making "You" TikToks

If "You" is ever searching for a Penn Badgley doppelganger for the upcoming third season, they should look no further than TikTok user Rico Lebron. → Read More

Millicent Simmonds Is Inspired by Young People Helping Their Communities

"A Quiet Place" star Millicent Simmonds on using her platform during the coronavirus pandemic and how she's found a bit of peace in daily routines. → Read More

How "The Half of It" Puts a Queer, Platonic Twist on Rom-Com Tropes

Ellie and Paul's care for each other brings them intimately close. → Read More

"Never Have I Ever" Star Darren Barnet, a.k.a. Paxton Hall-Yoshida, Was Almost Trevor in the "After" Movie

"Never Have I Ever" star Darren Barnet nearly played Trevor in the "After" series, before he was cast as Paxton Hall-Yoshida. → Read More

"Never Have I Ever" Star Lee Rodriguez on Portraying Fabiola and Colorism in Hollywood

In order to prepare herself for the role of Fabiola on Netflix’s new series "Never Have I Ever," Lee Rodriguez decided to get crafty. → Read More

"Never Have I Ever" Star Ramona Young on Playing Eleanor and Breaking Down Taboos

Ramona Young, who stars as Eleanor in the new Netflix coming-of-age comedy Never Have I Ever, didn’t have the typical high school experience. → Read More

The Banana Bread Renaissance of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Instead of a symbol for spiraling out, banana bread shows how we’re making the most of our circumstances. → Read More

"Gossip Girl" Memes Featuring Serena and Blair Have Taken Over the Internet

"Gossip Girl" is the latest show to spark a viral meme moment, with people on the internet using a photo of Blair Waldorf and Serena van der Woodsen. → Read More

Watch Celebrities Descend Into Internet Chaos While Social Distancing in March Supercut Video

Making the internet rounds this week is a supercut of celebrities being chaotic during the first month of social distancing in the U.S. → Read More

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

Hulu's "The Great," Starring Nicholas Hoult and Elle Fanning, Releases New Teaser Trailer

"The Great," a new Hulu series, stars Nicholas Hoult and Elle Fanning in a period dramedy that's "Dickinson" meets "The Favourite." → 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