Cimorelli (sim-or-ELL-ee) is a singing group popularized on YouTube and formerly signed to Universal Music's Island label. Cimorelli is made up of 6 sisters, Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy, Lauren, and Dani. Their singing style is mostly using acapella with occasional instruments.Lauren and Dani also guested on an episode of Kids React as well as Lisa and Amy on an episode of Teens React.They have a YouTube page where you can listen to their covers and for some of their original songs during their tenure with Universal Island, they have their own VEVO page.Their first album, Up At Night, was released in May 2016. On December 23, 2016, their second album, Alive, also came out, and in February 2017, their first book, Lessons Learned, was also released.Their third album, Sad Girls Club, was released October 27, 2017.
Covers they have done recently (among others) include:
Tropes applied to Cimorelli include:
- Bowdlerise: And how. This might have to do with their Catholic upbringing and their good girl image; they sometimes edit some lyrics to fit the good side of things. Compare both OneRepublic's original "Counting Stars" to their cover version, for example.
- Celebrity Endorsement: They actually endorsed for Subway at one point, one for singing about the Fritos Chicken Enchilada Melt (Yes they sang the whole jingle for it) and one about piling up your veggie options at your local Subway, complete with singing about it. In return, Subway sponsored their six episode Web Original short series "Summer With Cimorelli".Christina: (After the voiceover narrator Breaking the Fourth Wall) You are so not helping!
- Cover Version: What they do, in acapella form.
- Cuteness Proximity: All the girls but Dani to Matty B in Don't Call Me Baby.
- Genki Girl: Dani.
- Girl Group
- Gospel Music: Their second album, Alive, with the only exceptions being the tracks "The Love of A Man" and "Find Me", among others.
- Idol Singer
- Incoming Ham: Lisa, at times.
- Large Ham: Lisa and sometimes Lauren. Here's one for Lauren.
- Raised Catholic: All 6 of them.
- The Cover Changes the Gender: Their rendition of Boyfriend is this.
- The Fashionista: Shared both by Lisa and Dani, as Lisa is more on the outfit part of it while Dani is on the makeup one as seen in their Facebook and Youtube videos on the subject.
- The Moral Substitute: Combined with Bowdlerization, they technically would count as the "Good girl role models" version of this to Fifth Harmony and/or Little Mix.
- Your Cheating Heart: A recurring theme in some of their original songs. Sad Girls Club itself is "Your Cheating Heart: the album", but with more female empowerment.