Seeing as how he had such a boisterous voice and leap-off-the-screen-like presence, this should come as little surprise. Famed TV pitchman Billy Mays, whose overly-enthusiastic adoration for OxiClean and Orange Glo helped Mays achieve cult-like status before and after his death in June, was discovered to be a fan of the disco dust. Lots of it, it seems. According to CBS, his "sudden death was partly due to his cocaine use, according to an autopsy report revealed Friday." Which, yeah, that'll do it. Compounded with Mays' heart disease, blowing rails probably wasn't the best move for the wildly successful pitchman. Vicodin, Oxycodone, Xanax, Valium, benzoylecgonine, and temazepam were also found in his system.