The top-five concert tours, ranked by average- box-office-gross per city. Includes the average

The top-five concert tours, ranked by average- box-office-gross per city. Includes the average ticket price for shows in North America. The previous week’s ranking is in parentheses. The list is based on data provided to the trade publication Pollstar by concert promoters and venue managers.

v (1) Taylor Swift: $1,818,550; $81.53.

v (New) Bon Jovi: $1,518,974; $93.32.

v (2) Marc Anthony: $1,186,546; $85.53.

v (3) “Honda Civic Tour”/Maroon 5/Kelly Clarkson: $916,079; $51.46.

v (4) Depeche Mode: $913,053; $64.45.

“Christmas Bounty” (7 p.m., ABC Family): Brace yourself for the deluge of weird holiday movies. Up tonight is “Christmas Bounty,” about a former bounty hunter (Francia Raisa) who returns home for Christmas and doesn’t exactly bring comfort and joy for an old enemy.

“DANCING WITH THE STARS” FINALE (9 p.m., ABC): We’ve had 17 seasons of this, so you know the drill: Two hours filled with contestants busting some final moves (no twerking, please), some recapping and lots of padding. Then they’ll name our winners, who have the privilege of lugging around one of the ugliest trophies known to mankind. Thank you. Come again.

“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” (8 p.m., CBS): The holiday classic flies again.

“The Real Story of Thanksgiving” (11 p.m., History): This repeat offers up a bounty of holiday history and lore.

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Alicia Keys visits typhoon refugees

MANILA, Philippines

Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys has visited an air force base in Manila to bring cheer to hundreds of evacuees from eastern Philippine provinces wracked by Typhoon Haiyan earlier this month.

The American singer distributed crayons and coloring books to children at the Villamor Air Base grandstand, where evacuees from eastern Leyte and Samar provinces arrived via C-130 planes.

Social Welfare Department officer Jane Abello says Keys stayed for about half an hour Monday to chat with evacuees.

Sutton Foster sets Broadway return


One of Broadway’s biggest stars is coming back: Sutton Foster.

The Roundabout Theatre Company said Monday that the two-time Tony Award winner will star in the musical “Violet” directed by Leigh Silverman.

Previews begin in March with an opening slated for April 20 at the American Airlines Theatre.

The show features music by Jeanine Tesori and a book and lyrics by Brian Crawley.

It’s based on the short story “The Ugliest Pilgrim” by Doris Betts, which tells the tale of a disfigured woman’s journey to feel beautiful again.

Foster has won Tonys for “Anything Goes” and “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” Her other credits include “The Drowsy Chaperone” and “Young Frankenstein.”

She most recently moved to California to star in the cable series “Bunheads.”

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