Underwood was born in the year 1977. However, her exact birth date has not been revealed on any major publications yet. Her wiki and bio have no information about her age, husband, marriage or partner.
Underwood surely does like to keep her life really private since her early life and educational background are a complete mystery to the media. Additionally, nothing about the identities of her parents and maybe siblings has been disclosed.
But we do have some information on Underwood’s current personal life. Underwood is openly lesbian. The beautiful woman in her early 40s is involved in a relationship and reportedly the lucky woman is none other than the senior editor at ABC news, Georgia Spokes and they have a daughter as well.
Underwood has served as a sports journalist specializing on Australian rules football, netball and tennis for over 17 years now and her exceptional talent in her work has led her to become successful in both radio and television journalism.
Underwood initially started her journey in radio journalism from a regional radio station in Murray Bridge, located in South Australia. She has also served at Geelong station K-Rock after which she moved on to work at 3AW stationed at Melbourne to work as a sports reporter and AFL match day reporter.
She is currently working at one of the biggest radio stations in the world, ABC Radio. More precisely, ABC Radio’s Grandstand team, where she calls the tennis and AFL games live. Underwood is also working on ABC Radio’s The Sunday Session on Sunday’s from midday as the program’s hostess. The program is aired all around the country.
After a successful career in radio, Underwood shifted her attention towards television. In 2006, she was hired by Network Ten to work as a sports reporter for their 5pm Ten News bulletin. After that, in 2009, she moved on to work at Network Ten’s AFL coverage team. Her first AFL premiership season match calling was on the 18th of July, 2009.
Underwood also took up a job as hostess and commentator at the ANZ Championship Netball for 8 years from 2008 to 2016, during which she had called for Network Ten, followed by Fox Sports. She started working at Back Page Live, the revamped Fox Sports panel show, in 2013 partnering with Tony Squires.
She began hosting Offsiders, replacing Gerard Whateley, from the February of 2018, at ABC.
Kelli Underwood, from what it seems, is quite satisfied with a social life limited to just the real world because currently, she does not possess any kind of official social media accounts.
Despite not having a social media account, Underwood has appeared on the tweets of other famous celebrities numerous times, which only proves that nothing can stop her popularity from growing.