Team Unicorn is a multi-media production team formed in Los Angeles, California in 2010. Its current members are American actresses Clare Grant (Walk the Line), Rileah Vanderbilt (Hatchet), Milynn Sarley, and Alison Haislip (Attack of the Show) who replaced Michele Boyd in 2014. The group released their debut parody song "G33k & G4m3r Girls" a.k.a. the "Geek and Gamer Girls Song", online in September 2010. The music video, spoofing Katy Perry's "California Gurls" was filled with geek cultural references  and pays tribute to women who love gaming, manga, and science fiction. The video reached 1 million views in its first week online and stirred controversy over its sexy portrayal of geek girls. Team Unicorn has since released the spoof 1950's industrial "A Very Zombie Holiday", a comedic eHarmony parody commercial entitled "superHarmony", a 50's "Beach Blanket Bingo" parody with an alien invasion twist called "Alien Beach Crashers", a parody of the Starship Troopers promo called "The UniCorps Wants YOU!", an original song set in a post-apocalyptic world, filled with geeky references called "For the Win", and their biggest hit to date, a Star Wars/Meghan Trainor parody called "All About that Base". All can be found on their website and YouTube channel.
Vanderbilt is largely given credit to bringing the four women of Team Unicorn together. She & Grant became friends in 2005 and began producing geek videos together, even winning two awards at the 2009 Star Wars Fan Film Awards for their short "Saber". Vanderbilt became friends with Sarley in 2009, introducing her to Boyd in January 2010, whom she'd met the same year, and the two became fast friends. All four women became friends when Vanderbilt, Sarley & Boyd decided to cosplay together as Sailor Moon characters at Comic-Con 2010, and asked Grant join them as Sailor Moon. Shortly after, while hanging out with Boyd, Sarley came up with the idea for "G33k and G4M3R Girls", and together they wrote the original lyrics, bringing Vanderbilt and Grant on board to finish the lyrics and produce the video. After the overwhelming response to the first video, more ideas quickly came and "Team Unicorn" was officially born. In 2011, the women became friends with Alison Haislip, who replaced Boyd as Blue Unicorn in 2014.