Wild Flames in Southern California approached coastal homes along the famous Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. Footage of the wind-driven wildfire was taken by a crew aboard a Firehawk helicopter from the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
An intense wildfire in southern California forced tens of thousands of people to flee, including several celebrities waiting for the fate of their residences.
Gerard Butler called it a "heartbreaking time all over California" after learning that his home had been burned to ashes.
"After returning to my house in Malibu after the evacuation," the "300" star posted Sunday on Twitter and a picture of him in front of the remaining rubble. "Inspired by the courage, spirit and sacrifice of the firefighters. Thank you, @LAFD."
In a video of his Instagram story, Butler said, "Welcome to my home in Malibu," as he walked around his burnt plot.
The Woolsey fire started Thursday night and had progressed towards Malibu and the Pacific Ocean on Friday, leading to evacuations in Malibu, Calabasas, Agoura Hills and other nearby areas. Authorities said on Saturday that at least 150 homes had been burned.
"Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Charmed" star Shannen Doherty said that after losing the house in Malibu, where she had married her husband in flames in 2011, her "heart rips".
Doherty posted an Instagram picture of her wedding day and wrote, "This place, I got married there, but before, it was the place where @chriscortazzo left me after my dad died. where I felt my father with me it's gone, fire took it away, I'm devastated. "
Doherty was out of town when the fire broke out, but friends who were on their property could join in the actress sure evacuate dogs and horses.
The fast moving flames also claimed the home of Robin Thicke in Malibu.
The pregnant girlfriend of singer April Love Geary shared a picture of the couple's ruined home in an Instagram story "Our house is gone," she wrote with a crying emoji.
USA TODAY turned to Thicke's representative for comment.
Another look at Robin Thicke's house in Malibu, which was destroyed on 10 November in the California forest fires. (Photo: MIKE NELSON / EPA-EFE)
Camille Grammer's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" staple confirmed on Instagram this Sunday morning that her house was on fire: "Unfortunately, my house could not be saved The brave firefighters were able to save my cars and personal belongings from my house. "
Grammer, who was married to David C. Meyer last month, said she was" grateful that my family was in Safety is ".
"Fortunately, yesterday we quickly evacuated our home after a patrol car drove up the street and forcibly evacuated," she wrote next to a picture of her house on fire. "I am grateful for my dear neighbors and friends who have kept me up to date tonight and for their help."
Alyssa Milano, an outspoken voice of the # MeToo movement, was one of the lucky ones to spare her homeland has been.  The actress, who had evacuated her home on Friday after chirping, was "in danger" to confirm to Twitter that her homeland is "still standing". Milano also thanked the firefighters, who risked their lives fighting with flames, adding that they bring water and food to them.
Rainn Wilson, best known for "Dwight Schrute" in "The Office," updated his Twitter followers about the status of his home: "We are in good condition (overlooked), our animals were saved and our house (hardly) spared."
Wilson said the flames had just missed his property "by a dozen yards".
Other celebrities are still waiting for the fate of their homes.
Cher could not extricate herself from her vulnerable residence while preparing for a concert. Such an unreal experience.Fire over the St. From my house, Cant can see the neighbors' house by the (Fire Emoji). "
Caitlyn Jenner was also waiting. A house on a hill believed to be a house appeared intact when it was shot dead by a USA TODAY photographer on Saturday.
Jenner representative Alan Nierob told TODAY that the Olympian "can not confirm until she is allowed to return to her neighborhood and see the status of her home first-hand."
Orlando Bloom shared a picture of flames piling up in his neighborhood: "This is my street two hours ago, grateful for the safety of my Malibu fan please, our brave firefighters remain safe. "
Melissa Etheridge told her fans she remains evacuated. "I'm not sure about our home, pretty sure it's alright," she wrote, adding, "So many here have lost everything, it's not over yet."
"Star Wars" actor Mark Hamill tweeted, "Though the (fires) are dangerous Near our house is" his family "at the moment safe and rooted for our #FearlessFirefighters in their fight against #MeanMotherNature. "
Jessica Simpson asked after the evacuation that" the angels are surrounding our home. " The actress thanked the "brave firefighters who have protected our home so far" and sent prayers for "everyone affected by these terrible fires in California."
Liam Payne, a member of the board, has tweeted his fear that he would "lose my house "his memories. "He warned anyone caught in the fire of" taking unnecessary risks. "
These celebrities join Lady Gaga Kim Kardashian West, Khloe Kardashian and the famous director Guillermo del Toro Among others, who have shared their fears in social media while they wait to see if they have a home to return to.
This story is developing.
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