Aged 11, she joined the prestigious Italia Conti School, where she completed 8 years of performing arts and qualified as a dance teacher.
One night whilst clubbing (under age!), Kéllé and her schoolmate Louise Redknapp met Denis Ingoldby, a music producer, who was in the midst of forming a girl band. She auditioned and that band later became "Eternal" – Britain’s most successful R&B group of all time. The band went on to achieve 15 top 15 hits, several Brit Award nominations, MOBO's and Smash Hits Awards to mention but a few.
Over 9 million album sales, 4 world tours and a solo top 15 hit later, Kéllé moved on to pastures new and presented her own music show on Nickelodeon; the BAFTA nominated "N-list".
In 2000, after taking kickboxing lessons to help regain her health following a diagnosis with lupus, Kéllé emerged triumphant from two kickboxing fights and was also given the great honour of becoming a celebrity patron of the Saint Thomas Lupus Trust.
In the same year, Kéllé launched "Red Hot Entertainment", an artist management and development company.