Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Calabasas home, Caitlyn Jenner's mansion in Malibu and even the famed Bachelor Mansion have been hit by the devastating wildfires overtaking Southern California, it has been reported.
The Woolsey Fire reached the Kardashian-West pad in the Hidden Hills neighborhood on Friday afternoon, according to TMZ.
Around the same time reports emerged that Jenner's 3,500 square foot, 4-bedroom pad overlooking the Malibu beach was destroyed by fierce flames from the same blaze.
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga's mansion nearby in Malibu was seen surrounded by a blanket of thick smoke as the wildfire overtook the beachside city before moving toward Oxnard.
Will Smith posted a video to his Instagram story expressing worry that his own home would be hit by the flames as the path of destruction continues.
Hundreds of thousands of residents in Southern California have been ordered to evacuate as the Hill and Woolsey Fires move westward toward the Pacific Ocean.
The Bachelor mansion, which is located at 2351 Kanan Road in Agoura Hills, has reportedly been caught up in the blaze that is ripping its way through Southern California.
At the very least, the mansion's back patio is believed to have been burned, as the fire was pushing closer toward the residences on the property, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The latest Bachelor to star in the franchise, Colton Underwood, was rumored to have started filming this season on September 21, according to US Weekly.
According to Reality Steve, known for providing spoilers for the Bachelor franchise while it's filming, shooting has long been completed at the mansion in California for Underwood's season, so it's not likely that any contestants were on site or in any danger.
Bachelor franchise producer Mike Fleiss, who lives in Malibu, tweeted at 10am on Friday, "Pray for Malibu— and #TheBachelor Mansion..." before the fires had made their way to the famed location.
Fleiss received backlash for the post, which critics seemed to think was too lighthearted a take for the destruction being experienced in the region, and somehow excluded the parts of Malibu that didn't include the mansion, but Fleiss wasn't having it.
At 5.12pm, he shared a new tweet that read, "What part of "pray for Malibu" confuses you idiots. I live in Malibu! My heart is broken. Go f*** yourselves!"
Jenner had owned her home in Malibu since 2015 and it has been featured multiple times on her reality series.
In a video updating her social media followers, Jenner appeared visibly upset but let everyone know she and Hutchins had made it out of the area safely.
"We're safe, at a safe house," Jenner said, who at the time of the video said she didn't know whether her home had been spared from the blaze.
"The dogs are out in the pool swimming and having a good time,"
"Having a good day, ha! I don't think we're having that good of a day, but anyway," Jenner said, with teary, or possibly glassy, eyes.
At that comment, Hutchins playfully swatted Jenner on the shoulder, and said, "We're having a vodka, it's been a Hell of a morning, but we're safe, that's all that matters."
At around 7am Pacific on Friday, officials issued a mandatory evacuation order for the entire city of Malibu, home to 13,000 people, as the fire was declared an "imminent threat."
Her girlfriend Sophia Hutchins said in an earlier Instagram story: "I just want to let everyone know we made it out, both of us made it out.
"The dogs made it out, a few of our belongings made it out and we are safe, and that's all that matters. We're safe."
Caitlyn can be heard in the background talking on the phone about how she 'was going to stay at the house,' but obviously thought better of it.
Kim and Kanye left their 15,000 square-foot estate in Hidden Hills, which is thought to be worth around $38.4million, on Thursday night.
At around 4.30pm in California, Kim shared a photo kissing her niece, as she tried to calm her nerves.
"Trying to get my mind off of this fire and snuggling with my niece. We are all safe and that's all that matters," she wrote in the photo's caption on Instagram.
Before sharing the sweet image, she was spotted with friend Larsa Pippen leaving an Epione Skin Clinic in Beverly Hills.
This was not long after Kim had tweeted that she had heard her home had been engulfed in flames, mixed with a bit of good news, at around 3pm Pacific.
"I heard the flames have hit our property at our home in Hidden Hills but now are more contained and have stopped at the moment," she wrote.
"It doesn't seems like it is getting worse right now, I just pray the winds are in our favor. God is good. I'm just praying everyone is safe [praying hands emoji]."
She almost immediately added, in a second tweet: "Fire Fighters, I love you and thank you for doing all that you can to keep us safe!"
Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian also evacuated their homes in Calabasas on Thursday night as the fires grew out of control just hours after igniting.
Kourtney decided to stay at sister Kendall Jenner's home in Beverly Hills, while the younger model was away at the Victoria's Secret fashion show in New York City.
The oldest Kardashian sibling shared an image on her Instagram story with the street she lives on circled, writing:
"This is so devastating and crazy, my home is on this street [praying hands emoji] [broken heart emoji] I keep praying for all of those affected and for those fighting this fire for us, God bless you."
Kanye's office in Calabasas was also evacuated due to the Woolsey Fire.
Emergency responders were pictured on the scene, on ladders extending to the rooftop of the building.
A car was pictured in the parking lot outside of Kanye's offices, ablaze.
A virtual wall of fire that torched shrubbery near where the car was parked may have been what led to the vehicle catching fire, itself.
The car was eventually doused, with at least one window complete shattered as the flames were put out by emergency responders
The Woolsey Fire could be seen raging on in the hills surrounding the area, with one person standing alone, taking in the mass destruction.
Busy Phillips, who recently premiered a new late night talk show called 'Busy Tonight' on E!, reposted a photo shared by the Instagram account belonging to Baby2Baby, at around 4.30pm in California, calling for donations to secure items needed for children affected by the fires.
Phillips wrote: 'I just put the link in my profile for a registry for basic essentials to help those affected by the wildfires here in California. Please consider helping out if you can.'
The link Phillips shared goes to a Target gift registry, which can be accessed by clicking here.
The original post written by Baby2Baby, which is a group that 'provides low-income children, ages 0-12 years, with diapers, clothing, and all the basic necessities that every child deserves,' read:
"Baby2Baby is working to get high-need items to children affected by the ongoing Camp Fire, Hill Fire & Woolsey Fire in California.
"Help us put diapers, wipes, blankets and other basic essentials into the hands of these families who have lost everything by purchasing from our registry."
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Baby2Baby is working to get high-need items to children affected by the ongoing Camp Fire, Hill Fire & Woolsey Fire in California. Help us put diapers, wipes, blankets and other basic essentials into the hands of these families who have lost everything by purchasing from our registry. Link in bio.
Bella Hadid shared a heartfelt post on Instagram including photos posted over Thursday and Friday.
The first photo in her post was one taken by Grant Denham, showing people evacuating in Malubue. Denham and his wife Cassie have experienced being displaced by Southern California fires before.
"[I] can't believe this....it makes me so emotional looking at these photographs taken in the past two days. our beautiful Malibu looks so sad today," Hadid wrote at around 5.30pm in California, though she was away for work at the Victoria's Secret fashion show in New York, with fellow model Kendall Jenner, as well.
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can't believe this....it makes me so emotional looking at these photographs taken in the past two days. our beautiful Malibu looks so sad today. malibu is such a connected, loving community with families that have lived there for 30+ years. Many of them growing up together raising children together for so many decades making so many memories... our high school has gone down as well as so many of the homes we all grew up in...pavilions was more than just a grocery store. I can't even imagine how you all are feeling back home having to evacuate...im so sorry that you have to watch this happen right in front of you- Im sure it is the most painful thing in the world. my heart is so broken I am so sorry to every single person that lost their homes, and I hope we can come up with something very soon to help... as you can see- horses and other animals are being brought to beaches because there is no way to get out of Malibu anymore...I added a few places you can evacuate your animals to if anyone that needs help is reading this... I can't imagine having to leave my horses behind..I feel so helpless right now ... thank you to all of the incredible fire fighters in Malibu and from the valley who are working so hard in danger for the community. You are so incredible And we salute you I hope everyone is safe and I am praying for this psychotic fire to just stop!!!!!
"[I] can't believe this....it makes me so emotional looking at these photographs taken in the past two days. our beautiful Malibu looks so sad today," Hadid added.
"Malibu is such a connected, loving community with families that have lived there for 30+ years. Many of them growing up together raising children together for so many decades making so many memories... our high school has gone down as well as so many of the homes we all grew up in... Pavilions was more than just a grocery store.
"I can't even imagine how you all are feeling back home having to evacuate... I'm so sorry that you have to watch this happen right in front of you- Im sure it is the most painful thing in the world. my heart is so broken I am so sorry to every single person that lost their homes, and I hope we can come up with something very soon to help...
"As you can see- horses and other animals are being brought to beaches because there is no way to get out of Malibu anymore...I added a few places you can evacuate your animals to if anyone that needs help is reading this."
Hadid shared that a large animal evacuation center had been established at the Zuma Beach parking lot in Malibu, and at the Hansen Dam Equestrian Center in Lake View Terrace, California.
She also provided information that The County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control [DACC] would be providing shelter for large animals displaced by the Woolsey and Hill Fires at Pierce College, located at 7100 El Rancho Drive in Woodlands Hills, California, and for small animals displaced at Borchard Park, next to Newbury High School, located at 190 North Reino Road in Newbury Park.
"I can't imagine having to leave my horses behind..I feel so helpless right now," Hadid went on in her post.
"Thank you to all of the incredible fire fighters in Malibu and from the valley who are working so hard in danger for the community. You are so incredible And we salute you.
"I hope everyone is safe and I am praying for this psychotic fire to just stop!!!!!"
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga's mansion in Malibu was seen surrounded by a thick blanket of smoke.
The A Star Is Born performer was relatively silent on social media as the blaze overtook the coastal city where her home is located, before making its way toward Oxnard, except for a few clips posted to her Instagram story as she evacuated Malibu on Friday morning.
Later in the day, she shared another brief clip with text sending her prayers to others in the affected areas.
Smith, who has recently taken to producing seemingly endless content for social media, shares his daughter's fears on Instagram.
"I'm going up to a higher place to take a look out at the fire. We're probably about eight miles away from it," he said at the time.
"We haven't been told to evacuate j ust yet, but Willow is nervous, so made me go outside and look and make a Daddy assessment."
Flipping the camera away from his face for a moment, Smith showed their home as he said, "Our house is there," before panning to the right and adding, "the fire's right there."
"That is very scary," he said. "We are prepared to evacuate as soon as we get the word."
Smith ended the video with the pointed advice: "If you are in the evacuation zone, go now."
ROBERT IGER, EDDIE McCLINTOCK
Robert Iger, Chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company, tweeted a photo of the harrowing view from ABC/Disney headquarters in Los Angeles on Friday, at 8.22am Pacific.
'View from my office. Hope everyone is being very careful this morning,' he wrote, adding the hashtag '#abc7eyewitness.'
The photo accompanying the tweet showed mustard-brown billowing out from the hillside behind the iconic Walt Disney Company water tower in Burbank, California.
Paramount Ranch, where a number of Hollywood westerns have been filmed, was completely decimated by the wildfires on Friday, in Agoura Hills.
There was hardly anything left standing of the historic Hollywood location, where current cultural phenomenon West World has been filmed.
Iconic features that were taped at the site include The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Geronimo, The Texan, and more recent hits like American Sniper starring Bradley Cooper and the Eddie Murphy comedy, Norbit.
Eddie McClintock, known as Warehouse 13's 'Secret Service agent Pete Lattimer,' tweeted just before 9pm on Thursday: 'That's it. We've been evacuated from Old Agoura. Things just got real. Damn.'
Many more celebrities have been affected by the fires, including Cher, Denise Richards, Alyssa Milano, Rainn Wilson, Guillermo del Toro and Roma Downey.
Music Mogul Cher tweeted her heartbreak over the idea of the total loss of the place she's called home for the past nearly 50 years, at 1.13pm on Friday.
"I'm worried about my house [fire emoji], but there is nothing I can do. Friends houses have burned [praying hands emoji]," she tweeted.
"I can't bear the thought of there being no Malibu I've had a house in Malibu since 1972 [loudly crying face emoji]."
Richards shared a photo tagged to Malibu Beach on Instagram, at around 3pm Pacific on Friday, that showed bright red flames burning homes, not far off in the distance.
"We love our community #malibu so devastating... taking us hours to evacuate. Girls are safe. @aaronwilliamcameron & I trying to get out with our furry children. Be safe everyone... so emotional seeing the devastating loss of homes, families & animals," the Starship Troopers and Wild Things star wrote.
In a second photo in the same post, Richards shared an image of grey smoke coming over the hills, behind power lines.
At 12.33pm on Friday, Milano updated her followers, tweeting:
"Horses are finally safe. My children are safe. My home is in jeopardy but... everything with a heartbeat is safe. Thank you all for your concern. To those who insisted on still being hurtful because our political affiliation is different, you are what is wrong with the country."
Prior to that, the My Name is Earl actor confirmed she had to leave her home and some of her animals temporarily behind.
"I just had to evacuate my home from the fires. I took my kids, dogs, computer and my Doc Marten boots. (Husband is in NY. Horses are being evacuated by my trainer,' she wrote shortly before 6pm Pacific on Thursday.
Wilson, perhaps most well known as 'Dwigth' from The Office, had been evacuated due to the Woolsey Fire by 10.40pm on Thursday, when he wrote:
"My House has been evacuated due to nearby fires in Thousand Oaks. (The pigs & dogs are fine, thank you) Please send your prayers to the people of Thousand Oaks and the victims of the shooting that are now having to evacuate their homes and neighborhoods. Then send them some cash."
Shortly after 12pm on Friday, Wilson tweeted a photo of smoke rolling over the hills toward many homes, with the simple message, "My house is in that. #WoolseyFire."
GUILLERMO DEL TORO, ROMA DOWNEY
Shape of Water director Guillermo del Toro said much of the same at 9.38am on Friday, tweeting in both English and Spanish:
'Evacuated last night. Bleak House and the collection may be endangered but the gift of life remains. Thousand Oaks and Agoura are still in danger. Malibu is being evacuated.'
Downey, who acted in and produced the mini-series 'The Bible,' captured a photo of the chaos as she left her home, posting it at around 9am on Friday.
'Pulling out of my driveway with my two big dogs in the back . Malibu fire evacuation . Please pray for our community and the safety of our first responders #malibufire #evacuation #pray,' she wrote with a photo shared on Instagram.
SCOTT DERRICKSON, MELISSA ETHERIDGE
Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson, singer-songwriters Melissa Etheridge and Iggy Azalea, Mortal Kombat star Linden Ashby and Mark Hamill, of Star Wars fame as the character of Luke Skywalker, also shared updates about the fires with their many followers.
Derrickson wrote, 'We lost our home, but we are all safe and that't the important thing. Gonna be offline for awhile.'
Etheridge added that she, too, was displaced for the time-being, at 10.19pm on Thursday, writing:
'Well, well, as if life needed to get more interesting...we have a mandatory evacuation of our home due to the #WoolseyFire. We have gone to a hotel in Santa Monica where we will stay until we can return. Send love and strength to our amazing California firefighters.'
Azalea, whose legal name is Amethyst Amelia Kelly, wrote on Friday shortly before 6pm Pacific that she hoped an air drop may have saved her home from the path of destruction.
Earlier in the day, at 10.45am, she tweeted:
'I am genuinely concerned about my home burning down its right on the canyon in calabasas and I can't get home to any of my things right now [weary face emoji] [fingers crossed emoji].'
Azalea also shared a video on her Instagram story at around 5pm in California, showing the fiery blaze off in the distance, with the words, 'F*** this is my backyard now [sad face emoji].'
LINDEN ASHBY, MARK HAMMILL
Ashby shared an early update on Friday, as well, writing the following at 9.42am:
'We were forced to evacuate from our home today. We're safe, (Susan and the pups) all the rest is just stuff. Shit got real pretty quick. Now we just wait and see what happens.'
Hamill gave thanks to those who had checked up on him and his family,but let everyone know that his home was not yet affected.
'Thanks for your concern everyone. Although the [fire emoji][fire emoji] are dangerously close to our home-@MarilouHamill-@NathanHamill-@GriffinHamill-@chelseahamill-Millie-Mabel & I are all safe at the moment & rooting for our #FearlessFirefighters in their battle vs #MeanMotherNature,' he tweeted at 1.40pm on Friday.
ROBIN THICKE, APRIL LOVE GEARY
At 4.30pm in California, singer Robin Thicke shared a photo of a cloud of smoke that looked like an explosion had just gone off, with the caption, 'Our home is just to the left! Praying.'
Model April Love Geary, who shares one child with Thicke, and is expecting another with the singer, shared the same photo with a caption that read:
'Our house is somewhere in there. I'm so sad but so thankful that we all made it out safe. Praying for everyone in Malibu, our home is up in flames [broken heart emoji].'
The Woolsey Fire had already scorched at least 35,000 acres north of Los Angeles, according to the latest CAL FIRE update which was released at 8.08pm on Friday, since the fire first ignited near Rocketdyne, at around 2pm local time on Thursday.
It quickly spread southwest toward Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks, the community still reeling from a mass shooting on Wednesday night, before making its way to the coast.
To the west of the Woolsey Fire a second, smaller blaze dubbed the Hill Fire had torched 4,531 acres in Ventura County, per an update posted at 8.12pm on Friday, after igniting at around the same time as the Woolsey Fire, but in Hill Canyon on Thursday afternoon.
The Woolsey fire remained at zero percent contained as of the most current updates on Friday, with the Hill Fire then listed as 15 percent contained.
Dozens of communities on the border of Ventura and Los Angeles counties have been ordered to evacuate as the flames rage on.
Meanwhile, a third fire is raging in the northern part of the state in Butte County where dry winds have swept what's being called the Camp Fire across at least 90,000 acres north of Sacramento as of 7.46pm on Friday, after quadrupling in size overnight on Thursday.
That fire has devastated the town of Paradise, where officials say nearly every structure has been obliterated by out-of-control flames and five people were found dead in burned out vehicles early on Friday afternoon.
That fire has been at least five percent contained, CAL FIRE posted in the latest update.