People's Round up: Douglas joins walk of fame; Rapper dies; Elba sexiest man
Following is a summary of current people news briefs.
Britain's Idris Elba named People mag's 'sexiest man alive'
Actor Idris Elba, who James Bond fans are campaigning to be the next person to play 007, was named the sexiest man alive on Monday by People magazine. The London-born actor, 46, said he didn't believe it when the magazine told him.
Michael Douglas joins dad Kirk with a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Michael Douglas celebrated his 50th year in showbusiness on Tuesday with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame near that of his screen legend father, Kirk Douglas, now 101. Douglas, 74, best known for his Oscar-winning turn as Gordon Gekko in "Wall Street," was accompanied by his father - star of 1960 gladiator movie "Spartacus" - his actress wife Catherine Zeta-Jones and "The China Syndrome" co-star Jane Fonda.
The girlfriend of Italian deputy PM Salvini says goodbye with bedside selfie
Italy's real-life soap opera, the relationship between Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini and television star Elisa Isoardi, reached its last episode on Monday when she said goodbye by posting a selfie of them in bed. The breakup found space among the top items of newspaper websites and television broadcasts, along with stories about Rome's war of words with the European Commission over its budget as well as storms that killed dozens of people in the past month.
Rapper Mac Miller died of accidental cocaine, fentanyl overdose: coroner
Rapper Mac Miller, the former boyfriend of pop star Ariana Grande, died of an overdose of cocaine and the powerful opioid fentanyl, the Los Angeles coroner's office said on Monday. Miller, 26, whose real name was Malcolm McCormick, was found unresponsive in his Los Angeles home on Sept. 7. After an autopsy, the Los Angeles coroner ruled his death accidental.
(With inputs from agencies.)
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