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Out magazine just released the 10th Annual Power List, the brand’s annual ranking of the most influential LGBT people in America. This year’s list contains a mix of politicians, activists, businessmen and women as well as many of your favorite television news personalities.
Apple CEO Tim Cook tops the list for the second year in a row. Iconic comedian/talk show host Ellen DeGeneres comes in at No. 2, with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, CNN’s Anderson Cooper, and writer/director/super-producer Ryan Murphy rounding out the top five.
In addition to Maddow and Cooper, CNN anchor Don Lemon, (No. 13), Fox News’ Shepard Smith (No. 24), and Good Morning America host Robin Roberts (No. 29) each earned a spot on the star-studded list.