Mandy Moore, Connie Britton and more step out for the Paley Honors: A Gala Tribute to Music on Television

Honoring music on television!

Stars stepped out on Tuesday night for the Paley Honors: A Gala Tribute to Music on Television Presented by Verizon at Cipriani Wall Street, where The Paley Center for Media took guests back through some of the most iconic musical moments in the history of television.

Connie Britton, Mandy Moore, Fergie, Art Garfunkel, DJ Khaled and Jimmy Fallon were among the major names in attendance and on-hand to present some of the archival footage. Inside the event, moments like Prince's Super Bowl Halftime performance and Whitney Houston's iconic performance of the National Anthem garnered major applause as stars took a trip down memory lane.

See photos from the Paley Honors: A Gala Tribute to Music on Television below:

Fergie, who presented the first video package of the night alongside J Balvin, revealed on Instagram that she barely made it in time for the event as she made her way downtown in New York City and braved the traffic during a full-on rainstorm. In order to make it to the Paley Honors in time, the "Big Girls Don't Cry" singer hopped on the subway, which shocked fellow train-riders.

Her stunt worked, as she showed up with just minutes to spare before taking the stage -- and enough time to pose on the red carpet!

Check out Fergie's subway journey below:

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