Celebrities Forced to Evacuate Homes as Fires Threaten Malibu, Calabasas

Celebrities Forced to Evacuate Homes as Fires Threaten Malibu, Calabasas

Celebrities Forced to Evacuate Homes as Fires Threaten Malibu, Calabasas

Kim Kardashian was forced to evacuate her home on Thursday night after fast-growing wildfires spread in California.

"The fires are at 0% containment and are getting more wild as the minutes pass".

On Friday afternoon, Kardashian West tweeted that flames had hit the property she shares with her husband, Kanye West.

He wrote on Twitter: "i can not get ahold of my parents, Martin and Janet Sheen. they are in the group, at the staging ground near Zuma Beach".

The so-called Woolsey Fire grew overnight and the entire city of Malibu, which has 13,000 residents, has been told to evacuate.

Actor Orlando Bloom posted on Instagram a shot of a raging fire near his street.

The Kylie Cosmetics founder also applauded the first responders saying, "Thank you to all the fearless firemen fighting this fire back home".


The reality star's sister Kourtney Kardashian also had to flee her home, capturing the moment via an Instagram story showing her trunk packed, writing, "I pray that everyone is kept safe and protected from these fires".

Kourtney, the eldest sister, shared a snap of a fully packed vehicle trunk of belongings, writing, "I pray that everyone is kept safe and protected from these fires. God is good. I'm just praying everyone is safe", she tweeted out around 2pm PST.

"Pray for Calabasas", Kim wrote on an Instagram story. She noted she had one hour to grab what she needed and leave the home.

Kim quote tweeted it with a number of prayer emojis before her property was affected.

Orlando Bloom shared a terrifying snapshot showing the dense wall of fire approaching his home.

The Woolsey Fire, one of three major wildfires in the Golden State, had charred about 2,000 acres of land in Ventura County as of early Friday morning, threatening multiple structures. She said she'd spoken to her own two children about the fires because "they need to feel safe" and also understand that there are broad regional effects, like poor air quality.

In addition to homes destroyed, Paramount Ranch's "Western Town", a landmark film location dating back to 1927 that included a jail, hotel and saloon, burned to the ground. The ranch was purchased by Paramount almost a century ago and was recently used for the set of "Westworld", a Western series launched by HBO in 2016.

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