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|Born:||March 12, 1975|
Lewisham, London, England
Aged 11, Bryan joined the Italia Conti Academy stage school, where she completed eight years of performing arts and qualified as a dance teacher. On her first day at Italia Conti, Kelle met Louise Nurding - the pair spent almost everyday together for ten years, and remain friends today. While out illegally clubbing aged sixteen one night, the pair met record producer Denis Ingoldsby, who was forming a all-women band|girl band
In 1993 Bryan and Nurding, together with sisters Easther and Vernie Bennett formed the 1990s award-winning, multi-million selling, chart-topping British R&B girl group Eternal. Eternal sold millions of albums and had many international hits, including 16 consecutive top 15 UK chart singles such as "Stay", "Just a Step from Heaven", "Oh Baby I", "Power of a Woman", "I Am Blessed", "Someday", "Don't You Love Me", "I Wanna Be the Only One" and "Angel of Mine".
After Louise Nurding left Eternal in 1995 to pursue a solo career, the three members continued to enjoy success as a three piece until 1997 when, after the release of their multi-million selling greatest hits package, the Bennett sisters sacked Kelle via a letter from their solicitor. Following her departure from Eternal, Kéllé signed a £1.2 million deal with Mercury Records and began work on her debut solo album, Breakfast In Bed.
Kéllé's first release from the album was the gospel track "Higher Than Heaven", which charted at number fourteen in the UK and was a top three hit on the R&B chart.
A year later, this was followed by a second single, an accoustic, mid-tempo track called "I Wanna Know". There was little promotion or airplay for the single and the release was scrapped.
Following Kéllé's diagnoisis with lupus, she felt she was unable to complete the promotional obligations connected to the release of the album and decided to leave the label.
Clips of the album were made available on Kelle's MySpace webpage in 2007.
In 2008, she contributed backing vocals to "I Found Love", the debut single by Lankai.
 Presenting career
. For a period Bryan hosted the music programme The N List for Nickelodeon with Dave Berry, but in the main concentrated on recovering from her health problems. She excelled in kick-boxing and launched a management company, "Red Hot Entertainment".
In November 2006, Bryan presented the Urban Music Awards 2006 with Ras Kwame. A year later Kelle co-hosted ITV Play's phone-in quiz programme Glitterball in 2007.
 Reality TV
In 2004 Bryan appeared as a contestant on a celebrity edition of The Weakest Link and in April 2005 performed as a guest in a school charity concert, organised by students, in aid of St. Thomas' Lupus Trust. At In the summer of 2006 she was a contestant on Love Island 2, finishing as the female runner-up. , and has recently been seen in a short run of Angie Le Mar's The Brothers at Hackney Empire opposite Richard Blackwood and Chucky Venice.
 Acting career
Before finding success with Eternal, Bryan worked as an actor. She has appeared in ITV's The Bill, and on 31 March 1992 she appeared as Debbie in BBC's EastEnders—a college friend of Lloyd Tavernier (Garey Bridges) Christmas in 2005 she appeared as "Jill" in the pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk at Buxton Opera House. In December 2006, Bryan appeared in Cinderella, at the Catford Theatre in London. In 2008, Kelle had starring roles in the critically acclaimed "Torn", "Rebellion" and the comedy musical "The X-Tra Factor".
 Personal life
Outlandish comedian Russell Brand dated both Bryan and her future band mate Louise Nurding while at Italia Conti academy. After leaving Eternal she was involved in brief relationships with Chris Evans, Robbie Williams and boxer Mike Tyson. 
 with Eternal
- 1993 "Stay"
- 1994 "Save Our Love"
- 1994 "Just A Step From Heaven"
- 1994 "Oh Baby I..."
- 1994 "Sweet Funky Thing"
- 1994 "So Good"
- 1994 "Crazy"
- 1995 "Power Of A Woman"
- 1995 "Who Are You"
- 1995 "I Am Blessed"
- 1996 "Good Thing"
- 1996 "Someday"
- 1996 "Secrets"
- 1997 "Don't You Love Me"
- 1997 "Finally"
- 1997 "I Wanna Be The Only One" featuring BeBe Winans
- 1997 "Think About Me"
- 1997 "Angel Of Mine"
- 1997 "Might As Well Be Me"
- "Higher Than Heaven" (Mercury Records, 1999) — UK #14
- "I Wanna Know"
 B-Sides & other tracks
 with Eternal (Bryan featured on lead vocals)
- 1994 "Something Inside (So Strong)" ("Crazy" B-Side)
- 1995 "Up To You" (Power Of A Woman album track)
- 1995 "Faith In Love" (Power Of A Woman album track)
- 1996 "When You Wish Upon A Star" ("Someday" B-Side)
- 1996 "I'm Still Crying" (Before The Rain album track)
- 1996 "All My Love" (Before The Rain album track)
- 1996 "Black Cat (live)" ("Secrets" B-Side)
- 1997 "I'll Take A Pass On Love" ("Don't You Love Me" B-Side)
- 1997 "Show Me" ("I Wanna Be The Only One" B-Side)
- 1999 "Love Revolution" ("Higher Than Heaven" B-Side)
- 1999 "Two Hearts" ("Higher Than Heaven" B-Side)
- 1999 "My Heart Wants To Be Where You Are" ("I Wanna Know" B-Side)
- 1999 "Love And Forgiveness" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "That's Love" (duet with Bebe Winans) (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "Wait A Minute" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "No Other Lover" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "You're The One I Need" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "Moving On" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "Lately" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "So Tired" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "Caught In The Middle" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "Before I Gave You My Heart" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "I'm In Heaven" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 1999 "Without You Next To Me" (Breakfast In Bed album track)
- 2000 "Hot (with. Li Li)"