UPDATED: Celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian West, Rainn Wilson and Melissa Etheridge are forced to flee their homes, as fires continue to threaten Malibua, Calabasas and Thousand Oaks.
Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu House is burned by TMZ. Many other Hollywood designs, such as Ellen Pompeo, Cindy Crawford and Marcy Carsey, live in the area.
All Malibu has been ordered to evacuate, featuring numerous celebrities and Hollywood directors.
Lady Gaga sent her Instagram story on Friday afternoon that her Malibu property was evacuated earlier in the morning.
"Pray for Calabasas," Kardashian West wrote in the Instagram story. "He comes back home and I had 1 hour to pack and evacuate our home. I pray that everyone is safe."
Kourtney Kardashian also reported on an emergency situation when writing an Instagram story: "I pray that everyone will be protected and protested against these fires, not Calabasas tonight."
Kardashian West later updated on Twitter that although the flames hit the Hidden Hills home, the fire seemed to be closed.
Cher tweeted "Fire is closer."
Mark Hamill wrote that the flames are dangerously close to the house.
On Friday morning, more than 20 million people from Southern California in northern California were due to red flagship due to several forest fires.
Will Smith sent several videos to Instagram Storyy by fire saying his family was about eight miles away. "It's very scary," he said. "We are ready to evacuate as soon as we get the word. If you are in the evacuation zone, go now."
Wilson tweets that he was forced to evacuate and that his pigs and dogs were okay. He also asked for a prayer from the Thousand Oaks shooting victims, pointing out that the same area is now affected by forest fires.
Guillermo del Toro was evacuated from his estate where his great series of horror stories have been recorded.
MGM TV's Mark Burnett and his wife's producer-actor, Roman Downey, were among the Malibu residents looking after the evacuation request. Downey sent a photo of enlightened smoke shortly after 9 am and said he left home from the Pacific Coast Highway with his two dogs.
Melissa Etheridge was also evacuated and tweeted that she was safe in Santa Monica.
Scott Derrickson, director of "Doctor Strange", mixed up with his house being destroyed by fire. He was evacuated and was safe, he added.
Actor Linden Ashby, who has appeared in "Teen Wolf" and "Army Wives", tweeted that she also evacuated.
Alyssa Milano said he was evacuated with his horse.
Eddie McClintock, known for his "Bones" and "Shooter" projects, tweeted that things were "real" in Old Agoura and thanked firefighters.
"Drunk History" host Derek Waters told Instagram he stopped shooting for the Comedy Central series due to fires.
Orlando Bloom sent an explosive fire in Instagram near her street.
Sony Pictures Entertainment, located in Culver City, sent the following note to its employee: "All employees of the Los Angeles Workers 'SPE are advised to continue to comply with the local authorities and emergency offices' instructions and safety instructions. Your security and well-being are a priority. precautions to safeguard your safety when needed at home. "