Saturday Morning Fever



Saturday Morning Fever a new hit show premiering on FUSE Wednesday January 27, 2016 11 p.m. EST.  will be streaming it’s first full episode of Dancin On Air featuring yours truly on online as a featured dancer 11:30 p.m. EST. Saturday Morning Fever  is a docu-comedy that highlights music artists, dancers, actors in their day-to-day grind on the rise to the top. This is not your typical realty dance show series, these are actual talents who dared to DREAM.



I’m still in awe at how I manged to audition with talents younger than myself. I was a bit skeptical due to the age requirements they were asking for but as usual I got a pass because I’m cursed or should I say blessed with the gift of youth. I worked my but off on set and behind the scenes and as you can see (photo #1) my abs spoke for themselves. I can admit I was a bit intimidated by all the seasoned dancers showing off their cool dance moves because I’m not your typical professional dancer but I can surely dance.  This an exciting time for me but it is also an exciting time for all the talents that appeared on the show.  Were not only showing the world our dancing skills, were showing the world that no matter what if you believe in yourself enough you can do anything better yet all things you put your mind, body and soul into.

Don’t forget to tune in Wed. January 27, 2016 on FUSE

Saturday Morning Fever 11:00 p.m. EST

Dancin On Air 11:30 p.m. on EST

“We Need You To Make It Happen”

Dancin On Air

Tiffany Moniq

Pictured: Producer, Mike Nise and DOA contestants

In April 2015 I auditioned for the new “Dancin On Air” reality show. For those who may not know Dancin On Air was a 1980’s dance music reality show that help launched the careers of some of the most talented recording artists we have grown to love or have grew up watching which includes Will Smith as (Fresh Prince), Madonna, and Stevie Wonder to name a few. Growing up I used to watch reruns of Soul Train and imagined myself as a teenager in the 1970’s dancing down the soul train line doing all the latest dances. I’m not your typical jump up in the air, kick split dancer but I have rhythm and my legs and hips work great when it comes to stepping.

Tiffany Moniq

 We were so hungry and didn’t want to leave to go grab a bite before our time was up so while we were waiting to do the second part of our audition Musician/Actor Ian Ashanti aka “Juggernaut”  walked over with one of my favorite bag of Utz’s Bar-B-Q chips to keep our growling stomachs quiet. Mr. Nise is well Nice! as he was giving us a little background on D.O.A. and told each of us how lucky we are to be walking in the foot steps of some of the most talented dancers, singers, and actors we see today that once appeared on his show.

Tiffany Moniq

Former D.O.A. member Anita Forman (who took the photos seen here) also chatted with us about her experience as a teen on the show and how this one opportunity can change all our lives. I had no idea what to expect as I walked into Millennium Dance Complex to see so many talented dancers do their thing as some rehearsed for shows and others such as myself waited to be called on to audition. I’m a bit camera-shy but to my surprise I didn’t let my nerves get the best of me at all. I went into that audition as myself and I came out a member of the D.O.A. crew.