The rapid storm in southern California has now reached the Malibu celebrity enclave, forcing a number of high-quality stars to leave their homes.
Caitlyn Jenner is one of the most affected celebrities, with her house in the Malibu hills completely destroyed by flames, according to TMZ. Jenner had been living there since 2015. Last year, Jenner told the National College of the College: "I'm still because I left the Paris accord."
The fire also arrived in Jenner's former stepfather daughter Kim Kardashian West, although he wrote on Twitter that the flames have become "narrower and stopped at the moment."
Scott Baio, Rainn Wilson, Lady Gaga, and Guillermo del Toro are among many other celebrities forced to evacuate their homes, in some cases trying to arrange the transport for their horses.
Kevin Smith, who directed the clerks and dogmas, managed to save the horses in the area. He wrote on Twitter Friday afternoon asking "no one near Malibu with a horse trailer" to help evacuate 40 horses from a farm. The Malibu Times report shows that all horses are in a safe location.
Actor James Woods has been on Twitter throughout the day, trying to provide advice to those in need, and urging followers to create an informal register of people missing in separate fire in Northern California under the #CampFireJamesWoods hashtag.
The band's upheld came to Alyssa Milano, a prominent critic of the president, after saying that her home is "in danger" and was afraid of the five horses. Milano finally got the help she needed and wrote that "her horses are finally safe. My children are safe. My home is in danger, but … everything with a heartbeat is safe. Thank you all for your concern. "
The rear terrace of the mansion, used in ABC's The Bachelor studio, is also on fire, and the flames are heading for the main house.
Rapid boiling also burned a historic film known as Western Town, which has been producing since 1920 and was recently used by the HBO Westworld series.
HBO said he did not know the extent of the damage and expressed concern for "all those affected by these horrific fires."