Entertainment Weekly named the cast of "Lost," as its Entertainer of the Year, calling the show one of the "biggest cult breakouts since The X-Files"
ABC's hit drama "Lost" is so popular among viewers because of which its cast have becoming so popular nowadays. Based on such fact, Entertainment Weekly has named what so called as a group of "treasured islanders," including Matthew Fox, Terry O'Quinn, Evangeline Lilly, Michelle Rodriguez and other Lost stars, as its Entertainer of the Year. Moreover, the show also has been claimed one of the "biggest cult breakouts since The X-Files."
The second Entertainer of the Year is Steve Carell, who is praised for his ability to play an implausible boob thanks to his film "The 40-Year-Old Virgin." The 3rd is Naomi Watts, while the 4th is Kanye West. Actress Felicity Huffman is 5th mainly praised for her role in "Desperate Housewives" and "TransAmerica." Actor/director George Clooney secures the 6th place, while Vince Vaughn and pop star Gwen Stefani are the 7th and 8th in a row. And completing the Top 10 in succession are children's book hero "Harry Potter" and Terrence Howard.