9.00 Although, on the advice of another director, she foregoes a glass of red Richard LewisMoore, who swears to be without, helps him feel more awake for an early call and has come up with a pretty bombshell alternative. “I always do a bubble bath,” she says. “Because at the end of the day your feet hurt and you’re a bit adrenalized. So for myself, just like a nice warm bath with one of those luscious bath bombs, it’s over. I sleep really well.”

Lord knows that she needs about seven hours of rest to push herself into. “We always laugh about it, my team, because it feels a bit like a circus,” she says of her many roles on the show. “You have different hats on and every few minutes you say, ‘Okay, this is a producer hat, this is a director hat, this is a choreographer’s hat, this is a therapist hat, this is a coaching hat, this is a teaching hat, this is an Oh -I-have-to-be-a-man and actually pay my bills. ‘”

But running an entire millinery is a small price to pay for such an extraordinary performance. “When it comes to dance and music,” enthuses Moore, “there is nothing like it.”

(E! And Zoey’s extraordinary playlist are both part of NBCUniversal).