She is voiced by Shannon Chan-Kent, who later voiced Princess Isla Kokoro in Barbie: Princess Charm School, Marie Roberts in Barbie & Her Sisters in A Pony Tale, and Renée Honda and Maia in Barbie: Video Game Hero.
Role in Kelly Dream Club
Keeya pretends to be a fairy with her friends Kelly and Chelsie when Barbie gives them a lemonade stand. They can't agree on how to decorate the stand because they have different preferences, but Barbie leaves them with confidence that'll come to a solution. Keeya wishes they could be real fairies, so they use their magic lockets to go to the Land of Sparkle Fairies. A fairy named Ruby tells them that to become real fairies, they must pick a jewel at the Garden of Jewels.
The gate to the garden is locked, and Keeya and her friends must solve a riddle to get inside. Their different preferences cause a delay in answering, but Keeya suggests that they use all of their answers, and they get to go in. They become fairies, with Keeya becoming an Emerald Fairy, and Ruby says they can come back to be fairies any time.
Kelly says they will visit again and Keeya and her friends go home to the lemonade stand. Keeya and her friends use all of their preferences to decorate the lemonade stand. Barbie and Tommy support them by being the first customers.
Keeya is African-American and has brown skin, brown eyes, and long, dark brown hair. She wears a flower-shaped locket of dreams with an emerald in it, on a green string.
In the opening of the cartoon, she is seen in a pale green, sleeveless shirt that has a light pink flower on it, and a pale green skirt with pink lining, and light pink shoes. She also wears a pale green sleeveless shirt with a pink star on it, pink flared pants, and green platforms; and a green and pink leotard with pink shoes.
When she is a sparkle fairy, she has translucent wings, and her tiara and magic wand have an emerald on them. She wears a green dress with green shoes, and her hair is in a ponytail.
Keeya is playful and even though she doesn't always agree with her friends, she still uses teamwork. She loves the color green.