A number of celebrities, including Robin Thicke and Gerard Butler, have lost their homes in the California wildfires.
More than 170,000 people were evacuated from the Los Angeles area as the Woolsey and Hill fires continued to rage.
The Santa Ana winds fueled the fires and pushed them toward Malibu, right in the paths of dozens of stars' mansions, the Daily Mail reports.
April Love Geary, Thicke's girlfriend, revealed on Sunday that their $2.4million mansion had burned to the ground.
The 23-year-old model posted a photo of what appeared to be the gate at their home on her Instagram story. There was also some debris in the driveway.
'Our house is gone,' Geary captioned the photo.
Earlier she had shared an image of smoke clouds in the neighborhood, writing: '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.'
Thicke had posted a video of him and Geary evacuating with their eighth-month-old daughter on Friday, saying they were 'in the middle' of the fire.
'This is us going north instead of south on the PCH to get away from the fire,' he said as he filmed the freeway and smoke-filled sky. 'Look at this, it is gnarly.'
Thicke also later posted a photo of his eight-year-old son, who he shares with Paula Patton, visiting his father Alan Thicke's grave.
'Went to visit Grandpa. Count your blessings!' he wrote in the caption.
In his most recent photo, Thicke posted a picture of his son on the beach. The caption read: 'Contemplating next move...'
Camille Grammer also revealed on Sunday that she had lost her home, saying it 'couldn't be saved'.
Grammer, who posted a picture of her mansion up in flames, said firefighters were still able to save her cars and personal items.
'I thanked the fire captain and his team of firemen for all of their hard work,' Grammer wrote in the caption.
'He took the time to explain what happened and I'm grateful for all of their hard work trying to save my home.'
'Sad we lost our home but grateful that my family is safe. Luckily we quickly evacuated our house yesterday after a patrol car drove up the street announcing mandatory evacuations.'
'I'm grateful for my lovely neighbors and friends who kept me informed and for their help this evening. Thank you all for caring.'
Gerard Butler returned to his Malibu home on Sunday to find that it had also been burned to the ground.
The Scottish star posted a selfie that showed the charred remains of his home and truck in the background.
'Returned to my house in Malibu after evacuating,' he wrote. 'Heartbreaking time across California. Inspired as ever by the courage, spirit and sacrifice of firefighters.'
Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson also lost his home in the blaze this weekend.
'We lost our home, but we are all safe and that's the important thing,' he tweeted on Saturday, including some pictures of his scorched house.
'I'm not trying to be optimistic about losing literally everything - I'm just not materialistic by nature,' he added in a separate tweet.
'To me it's just stuff. It's harder for my boys, losing items that have profound memory meaning. But this loss and whipsaw change will become a source of growth for all of us.'
Derrickson later shared the words his friend, German director Wim Wenders, told his 15-year-old son following the heartbreaking news: 'Hold on to your memories, no one can burn them.'
Actress Blanca Blanco told DailyMail.com that she saw her home burn down on live television.
Blanco had escaped to Camarillo with her husband, Deer Hunter actor John Savage, and was sitting in a restaurant when she saw her house on the news.
'I glanced at the TV screens and my house was being burned,' she said. 'Slow motion. Crazy. I cried but reminded myself I escaped the fire and my family is safe.'
'I will start from scratch, but am feeling blessed I was given an opportunity to do it.'
In Agoura Hills, the Woolsey Fire destroyed Paramount Ranch, the set of HBO's Westworld and many other western films and shows.
HBO said that no cast or crew were at the Paramount Ranch location when it burned down.
Among the films that have been shot at the ranch are Caught in the Draft with Bob Hope, The Lake House with Sandra Bullock, and TV shows including The Mentalist, Weeds and Quickdraw.
Dozens of celebrities had to evacuate amid the fires, with some checking in on Sunday to reveal their houses were okay.
Rainn Wilson, who is currently overseas, said his animals had been rescued and his house was 'barely spared'.
'The fire roared down the creek bed behind our house and missed it by a dozen yards!' he tweeted.
Alyssa Milano also updated fans that her house was still standing and that her five horses were safe.
Actor James Wood had previously helped the distressed Milano put out the word about her horses.
'Everything with a heartbeat is safe,' Milano wrote in one tweet. '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,' she added.
Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu mansion also just narrowly missed the blaze.
Jenner had posted a video on Friday after evacuating with her partner Sophia Hutchins.
'We're safe at a safe house,' she said in the Instagram clip. 'Don't know if the house made it or not, it's still up in the air, but we're safe and sound.'
Kim and Khloe were also among those in the Kardashian clan that had to leave their homes this week.
Khloe said she had left her house with just the 'clothes on my back'.
'But I packed True's entire bedroom and closet into my car, obviously she's all that matters to me,' added the new mom, referring to her seven-month-old daughter.
Kim said she had been told that flames hit her Hidden Hills home but had been contained.
'It doesn't seem like it is getting worse right now,' she said. 'I just pray the winds are in our favor. God is good. I'm just praying everyone is safe.'
Director Guillermo del Toro also found out his beloved Bleak House, which holds his collection of more than 700 pieces of fantasy and horror memorabilia, is still safe.
'As of late yesterday, Bleak House was still standing,' he tweeted. 'We drove through backstreets for almost 2 hours to get there and retrieve my notebooks and a small suitcase with 2 photos, 5 books and few small things.'
Lady Gaga's home was also unscathed in the blaze.
'I'm so grateful I love you and god bless you to all the firefighters and first responders who continue fighting this fire,' she tweeted on Saturday.
'You risk your lives for us, and I'm so humbled by your bravery. You are our heroes.'
Also among the evacuees were Cher, Shannon Doherty, and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards.
Cher tweeted that she was 'worried' about her house but knew there was nothing she could do.
'Friends houses have burned I can't bear the thought of there being no Malibu I've had a house in Malibu since 1972,' she wrote.
Doherty found out her home was in the evacuation zone only after she landed back in Los Angeles.
'I have no idea if we will have a home left standing,' she wrote on Instagram on Saturday.
'It's looking not likely but I'm so grateful that they people I love are safe and my dogs and horse are safe. I'm grateful for the firefighters putting their lives on the line for all of us.'
'My heart goes out to each and every person who is displaced, who lost their homes, lost a loved one and I pray for us all.'
Pierce Brosnan and his family were also displaced during the weekend.
The 65-year-old was spotted with his wife and kids at the mall trying to make the best out of a bad situation on Sunday with a trip to the movies.
Brosnan was with his wife Keely, 55, and their two sons Dylan, 21, and 17-year-old Paris.