In Sunday television, ABC is going to party like it's 1999. Prince will perform at the Billboard Music Awards and accept the Icon Award.

Madonna collects the Top Touring Artist Award. Tracy Morgan hosts the three-hour event, starting at 8 p.m.

Viewers will be treated to collaborations through the the night. Christina Aguilera, Pitbull and "a special surprise guest" join forces for "Feel This Moment," according to ABC. Ne-Yo, David Guetta and Akon will be together on "Play Hard." Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez are together on "Live It Up," the song they performed on the "American Idol" finale.

If you wanted to see Nicki Minaj take the stage on the "Idol" finale -- she didn't perform -- you can see her here with Lil Wayne on "High School." Justin Bieber fans get to hear him on "Take You" as well as with will.i.am on "That Power." Also set to perform are Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Selena Gomez, Miguel, Chris Brown, the Band Perry and Icona Pop.

The other program selections include:

CBS offers "Tim McGraw's Superstar Night" 9. His guests in the two-hour special include Faith Hill, Dierks Bentley, John Fogerty, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, Ne-Yo, Pitbull, Nelly, Lady Antebellum, the Band Perry and Florida Georgia Line.

Donald Trump names the winner of "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" at 9 on NBC. Either Penn Gillette or Trace Adkins will be declared victor. Tim Tebow, Taylor Hicks and Wayne Newton are featured.

"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane helps "The Simpsons" end its season with a one-hour show at 8 on Fox. First, Homer and his pals win the lottery. Then, MacFarlane plays a swinger fascinated by Marge, because they are both fans of a "Downton Abbey"-style show.

A trip to Las Vegas and a time machine figure in the one-hour "Family Guy" season finale. The fun starts at 9 p.m. Sunday on Fox.

Drama fans have some good offerings, too. "Game of Thrones" continues at 9 on HBO. "Mad Men" offers an episode called "The Crash" at 10 on AMC. (Who knew Don Draper could be such a pig?) PBS has the combo of "Call the Midwife" at 8 and "Mr. Selfridge" at 9.

Documentary fans can look to Discovery Channel, which starts "North America" at 9. The seven-part series offers lavish glimpses of nature and wildlife.

CBS offers two hours of "60 Minutes," starting at 7. The topics include Michael Jackson's career memorabilia, the dangers of facial-recognition technology and the dangerous and long treks attempted by Afghan boys to escape war in their country.