Gabrielle continued to stand her ground against America's Got Talent in 2020, calling out the toxic work environment and filing a harassment, discrimination, and retaliation complaint with California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing.
In an interview on The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, Gabrielle opened up about her decision to keep speaking out against workplace racism. Noting how her former AGT costar Simon Cowell, who smoked on set, received special treatment, she said: "When your boss — the person who has ability to determine who gets opportunities and who doesn't — doesn't believe that law applies to him or the rules apply to him and he does it in full view of NBC and Fremantle and Syco and no one cares about Simon Cowell exposing all of these employees to secondhand smoke — that's day one, that's within the first hour — what message do you think that sends to anyone that has an issue with the very real racism and the lack of accountability? And it goes on and on and on."
Gabrielle also ventured into the book sphere this year, writing the children's novel Welcome to the Party, which was inspired by her daughter Kaavia.