Paul Walker's organs could not be donated. (Stuart C. Wilson / Getty Images)
The Los Angeles County Coroner’s autopsy report concludes that actor Paul Walker died from “combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries” in a November crash in Santa Clarita, Calif., TMZ reports. The “Fast and the Furious” star was burned so badly none of his organs could be donated, and he had multiple fractures throughout his body. Driver Roger Rodas had major head trauma in addition to burns. Neither man had traces of drugs or alcohol in his system. According to People Magazine, Rodas was driving at more than 100 miles per hour when the car swerved out of control.
'Idol' star considering public office
“American Idol” alum Clay Aiken is considering running for North Carolina’s second congressional district in the U.S. House, sources told the Washington Blade, an LGBT newspaper. According to Democratic sources, the 35-year-old Raleigh native recently met with pollsters and made phone calls to gauge support. The openly gay singer, who was runner up on the fifth season of “The Celebrity Apprentice,” is one of the more successful of the “Idol” stars. He was runner up to Ruben Studdard on the second season of the singing competition show.
'Duck Dynasty' stars launch gun line
You didn’t think they were calling ducks to pet them, did you? Controversial A&E reality star Phil Robertson and his duck call-making family have teamed up with Mossberg to release a line of nine shotguns and two semiautomatic rifles and a semiautomatic pistol. The Mossberg website says each gun comes with an American flag bandana like the one Willie Robertson wears.
■After the success of his 2013 “Autobiography,” singer Morrissey has plans to write a novel, says Rolling Stone. Moz also has a new album in the works. This is in addition to the reissue of his 1992 album “Your Arsenal,” due on Feb. 25.
■“Top Chef” judge Gail Simmons and husband Jeremy Abrams became parents for the first time to Dahlia Rae Abrams on Sunday.
■“Mean Girls” actress Lacey Chabert married her unnamed boyfriend over the holidays. She announced the news on Twitter Friday.
Dyan Cannon, 77
Michael Stipe, 54
Julia Ormond, 49