Miley Cyrus, Neil Young and Gerard Butler are the latest stars to report losing their homes to deadly fires that devastated California.
Cyrus said her Malibu home – a $ 2.5 million mansion she bought with Liam Hemsworth's fiancee in 2016 – had been destroyed by fire.
The Woolsey fire, which swept the winds of Los Angeles and Southern California's Ventura counties last week, forced evictions and threatened thousands of Thousand Oaks homes in Malibu.
"Completely devastated by the fires that affect my community. I'm one of the lucky ones," wrote the singer and actress. "My animals and the LOVE OF MY LIFE have made it safe and that's all that matters now. My house is no longer standing, but the memories shared with family and friends are strong, I am grateful for everything that I have left."
Cyrus expressed his gratitude to the firemen and the Sheriff Department of Los Angeles County and encouraged his followers to donate half a dozen fire-fighting aids and disaster relief organizations.
Yesterday, actor Gerard Butler posted pictures of his return to Malibu's home – or what was left of him – after he was evacuated. The coastal city issued a mandatory evacuation for its residents during the weekend.
"Welcome to my home in Malibu," Butler was heard in an Instagram film, as he climbed to what was left of the structure. Smoke and steam rose from the cracks on the road. "Half a walk … God …"
Butler concentrated his room on the carbonate brick of his former house, surrounded by ash and the blackened shell of a truck.
"Wow," he said, shaking his head.
In a post on his site, singer Neil Young said he just lost another "California fire house."
He also blasted President Donald Trump as "the so-called president" for lethal fire attribution to poor forest management and instead urged people to take action to combat climate change.
"California is a paradise for all of us. We are sad that we can not protect ourselves from the wrath of the mother of nature," Young wrote.
Californians "are experiencing something bigger than I've ever seen, it's too big for some to see." Firefighters have never seen such a thing in their lives, I have heard they have said countless times in the last two days and lost my house before a California fire, now another. "
The devastation reports that appear in celebrities take place as fire death charges continue to rise.
Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills burned Saturday, while wildfire threatened nearby homes by a number of celebrities including Orlando Bloom, Cher, Melissa Etheridge, Lady Gaga, Alyssa Milano, Pink, Will Smith, Guillermo del Toro , Rainn Wilson, James Woods and Kim Kardashian-West and Kanye West.
The Kardashians dedicated it to E! People's Choice Award for "The Reality of Show in 2018" for those responsible for California's deadly fires.
"It was a really tough week in our home in Calabasas, Hills Hidden, and our neighbors in Thousand Oaks and Malibu," said Kardashian-West. "Our hearts are broken by horrific shooters and those who have lost their lives and homes, as well as hundreds of thousands of us who have been evacuated from the devastating fires that are burning today."
The mansion with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, where ABC filming reality dating the Bachelor and The Bachelorette survived Woolsey's "untouched" fire, according to him USA Today reporter Chris Woodyard.
Recording artist Robin Thicke posted on Instagram that his family had been evacuated while firefighters and volunteers "risked their lives by trying to save our house." It was not clear if his home was damaged or destroyed.