Kelly LamontKelly Lamont

Kelly Lamont has been performing since the ripe age of three when she danced to "The Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" and stole the show!

Since then she has been performing all over the world. She went to Tokyo and Osaka, Japan, where she performed for the ex-Prime Minister of Japan among thousands of other patrons portraying her role of 'Dyanne' in the international tour of the Broadway hit musical "Million Dollar Quartet."

Kelly has performed in over 125 cities in the United States, Canada and Japan, portraying 'Dyanne', the role she originated in Chicago at the Goodman Theater in 2008. While in Chicago she sang for the former Mayor of Chicago, Richard M. Daley; the Governor of Illinois, Pat Quinn, including the Governors Ball in 2011 for his inauguration. She sang a special rendition for Governor Quinn, "Happy Inauguration, Mr. Governor" a la Marilyn Monroe style. She's performed at the Taste of Chicago, Broadway in Chicago concert series for over 10,000 people. Kelly has performed the National anthem for the Chicago White Sox, Chicago Cubs and the Chicago Bulls.

In her years as a singer and performer, she has performed on some memorable stages. Carnegie Hall in New York, the Green Mill in Chicago, she's recorded twice in Sun Studios, Memphis.

While touring she performed in some legendary theaters such as the Orpheum in Memphis, the Paramount in Seattle and the Pantages in Los Angeles where she had the honor of meeting Priscilla Presley.

Kelly was nominated for 'Best a Leading Actress in a Musical' (Touring Production) by the 2012 BroadwayWorld Los Angeles Awards.

Kelly wants to thank her family and friends for their constant support. Her family is her rock and her mother is her angel is the lights. She dedicates all her performances to her.