November 08, 2016 09:51 AM

Hillary Clinton has been bringing out some big names in the last few weeks of her campaign: Just this past weekend, she hosted events alongside Beyoncé, Jay Z and LeBron James.

But perhaps the most star-studded moment of Clinton’s campaign came a few weeks prior to Election Day, at the Stronger Together fundraiser in N.Y.C. on Oct. 17.

It may have been a political fundraiser, but this event had the star power of the Oscars combined with the performances of the Tonys. Hugh Jackman, Matthew Broderick, Emily Blunt, Josh Groban, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Barbra Streisand performed (and that’s just a few of the names you might recognize) a medley of Broadway hits. Speakers like Neil Patrick Harris, Helen Mirren, Sarah Paulson and Uzo Aduba took the stage, too.

But perhaps the night’s most memorable moment? When Hamilton actors Lin-Manuel Miranda and Renée Elise Goldsberry sang a tweaked version of the show’s song “Ten Duel Commandments,” with 2016 election-centric lyrics. A few special mentions? Tim Kaine, phone banking, Donald Trump’s Twitter account and of course, shattering glass ceilings.

History has its eyes on you, Clinton!

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