Caitlyn Jenner marked herself as safe among the California fires, but revealed that the fate of her home is "in the air."
Jenner, like her former stepdaughter Kim Kardashian West, was one of the celebrities forced to flee when he broke south of the state on Friday.
It was reported that the house of Malibu Jenner was destroyed. The television personality, 69, shared a video on Instagram to tell fans that it is safe, but still does not know what happened to her home.
Sitting next to her friend Sophia Hutchins, she said, "Well, we're safe, in the hiding place, I do not know if the house did or not, it's still in the air, but we're safe and healthy."
Hutchins, 22, added: "We are safe, that's all that matters."
Kardashian West had earlier revealed that the flames had stopped near her home in Hidden Hills, northwest of Los Angeles.
From that time on, she shared with her the image of a seven-month-old niece who is kissing, Truth, daughter of Khloe Kardashian.
The photo was written: "I'm trying to tear my thoughts away from that fire and hug my niece. We're all safe and that matters."
Actor Charlie Sheen said he could not contact his Hollywood star Martha Sheen, Janet's mother.
He wrote on Twitter: "I can not find my parents, Martin and Janet Sheen, they are in the group, on the training ground near Zuma Beach.
"If anyone has an eye on them, let me know that they are safe and healthy in the middle of this horrible scenario."
Actress Alyssa Milano told fans that her home is in danger of being consumed by flames, but her horses and children are safe.
Horses are finally safe. My children are safe. My home is in danger, but … everything is safe with my heart. Thank you all for your concern.
For those who have insisted that it continues to hurt because our political affiliation is different, you are what is wrong with this country.
– Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) November 9, 2018
Milano added her followers on Twitter, asking for help in removing her five horses from the fire.
In the update, she wrote: "The horses are finally safe, my children are safe, my home is in danger, but … everything is safe with my heart, thank you all for your concern."
By condemning people who had previously criticized her for taking care of animal welfare, Star Charmed added: "For those who have insisted on continuing to hurt because our political affiliation is different, you are what is wrong with this country."
Former EastEnders star Patsy Palmer currently lives near Los Angeles and was forced to leave the house.
Next to the image of smoke-filled sky, the actress who played Bianca Jackson on soap, wrote: "I am praying for all those who lost their homes today. We have made it safe." Mother Nature … wow praying for everyone in Malibu and thousands of Oaks. "
Star of Star Wars Mark Hamill thanked the fans for their care in the fire.
Confirming that he and his family members were safe, he added: "Although (fires) are dangerously close to our home – @MarilouHamill – @NathanHamill – @GriffinHamill – @ chelseahamill- Millie – Mabel and I are all safe at the moment and rooting for our #FearlessFirefighters in their fight with #MeanMotherNature. "
Thank you all for your concern. Although ?? are dangerously close to our home-@MarilouHamill–@NathanHamill–@GriffinHamill–@chelseahamill-Millie-Mabel and I are all safe at this moment and rooting for us #FearlessFirefighters in their struggle against #MeanMotherNature. pic.twitter.com/nBC5HscBlK
– Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) November 9, 2018
One Direction star Niall Horan urged people to leave the area, writing in the tweet: "If you live in the area of Tysiąc Oaks / Malibu, please evacuate.
"The fires are at 0% stopping and become crazier over the course of minutes."
If you live in the area of Thousand Oaks / Malibu, please evacuate. Fires are 0% stopping and become more crazy as the minutes go by
– Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) November 9, 2018
Lady Gaga revealed her fears about her property and she called firefighters and emergency services as "real heroes".
She wrote on Twitter: "I think so deeply about all those who suffer today from these disgusting fires and regret losing their homes or loved ones.
"I am sitting here and many of you are wondering if my house will explode with flames, all we can do is pray together and for each other, God bless you."
She did not say if she was in the property.
I think so deeply about all those who suffer today from these disgusting fires and regret losing their homes or loved ones. I am sitting here and many of you are wondering if my house will explode. All we can do is pray together and for each other. God bless you.
– Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 10, 2018
On Thursday, a fire broke out in the Canyon Hills area in the south of the state and spread quickly, jumping over the main highway and burning up to 7,000 acres of land, said the Fire Department in Ventura.
The so-called Woolsey fire grew overnight, and the entire city of Malibu, which has 13,000 inhabitants, was informed about the evacuation.
Kardashian West was among the first wave of stars that left this area, posting a video from the airplane window on its Instagram story on Thursday evening, showing the fires below.
Her sister Khloe wrote on Twitter that she can not sleep, adding: "I'm too upset by these fires."
Actor Rainn Wilson, known for his main role in the American version of The Office, shared on Twitter a picture of smoke in the distance, beyond the hills.
– RainnWilson (@rainnwilson) November 9, 2018
He wrote: "My home is in this. #WoolseyFire."
Robert Iger, chief executive of Disney, posted a photo of his office on his blog – a large orange cloud of smoke behind Walt Disney Tower.
"I hope everyone is very careful this morning," he wrote on Twitter.
– Robert Iger (@RobertIger) November 9, 2018
According to reports, it is believed that the fire caused the destruction of the television and film production site known as Western Town at Paramount Ranch.
The location was used for production, including 1938 The Adventures of Marco Polo and TV Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and recently was used for the Westworld drama series.
Fires also devastated the area in northern California, killing five people in the city of Paradise, near San Francisco.
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