LOS ANGELES – Celebrities who had been damaged or destroyed by a forest fire in Southern California, or had to flee from the flames, worsened their sympathy and solidarity with the less famous people, making the state's flames flared and grateful to the firefighters who were being held. Keeping them safe
"I returned to my home in Malibu after Evacuating," wrote Gerard Butler on a Instagram mail next to a photo showing a burned-out structure and a poorly roasted vehicle. "The heartbreaking time in California. As always, inspired by the courage, spirit and sacrifice of firefighters."
"Half-gone" tumbled into a "300" acting, Scottish accent with a video of the embers, ashes and the rest of his home.
Robin Thicke's Malibu house, according to his representative, was completely burned.
The 41-year-old singer said Instagram that her girlfriend and two children were atılmış safe and surrounded by friends and family, and that they were grateful to firemen.
"As we moved towards security, they risked their lives trying to save our home." Said.
Camille Grammer Meyer of Beverly Hills lost her home at Malibu on Saturday night at a night time, journalist Howard Bragman said in an email to the Associated Press.
"Unfortunately, my home could not be saved," said Meyer, actor Kelsey Grammer's ex-wife, Meyer, at the end of a summer of flames in a glimpse of a gigantic house.
Caitlyn Jenner was among the lucky, and on Sunday she was learning that her home had been forgiven.
"Sagittarius, our house!" Jenner said on an Instagram video that she had a nude and unstable landscape all around the house.
"It was devastating here in the Malibu," Jenner said. The hills are completely burned. At least …. we're very lucky to say.
Many people were at home, including Orlando Bloom, Alyssa Milano, Lady Gaga, "The Office" actress Rainn Wilson and fashion designer Donna Karan. Some knew that their home was safe (for now) and waited for a chance to return. The others were in the dark, published pictures of smoke and told them that their home was somewhere there.
Wilson said in his Twitter account that over the weekend he shared photos of more than 100 people missing from the large forest fire in Northern California. 23.
Milan said the house was still "in danger" as strong winds were thrown back on Sunday.
Southern California's wildfire killed two people and destroyed at least 177 houses. Blaze began Thursday night and proceeded to Malibu and the Pacific Ocean as the Malibu, Calabasas, Agoura Hills and other nearby areas caused discharges.
Paramount Ranch 's "Western Town", based on 1927, was a landmark that included a prison, hotel and hall. The television series me Westworld me is among the many productions filmed on the farm in the mountains west of Los Angeles.
"LA is a beautiful place, but if there's one thing we have to deal with, you know, we're lucky," "Acting Rules" actress Oliver Hudson told AP at a charity event in Culver City. There are so many people in the world dealing with so many people. "
Actress Julie Bowen said that "the Modern Family" deserves sympathy for all those affected by the flames.
Leri I think there are a lot of people who think of Malibu as a famous second home culture, ”Bowen said at the Culver City event: ünlü These people are their first, last, and only home. There, and these canyons go up and down, and those who don't care that they are rich and attractive can definitely afford to lose a house. It's life and death and it's really tragic. "
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