As the Wildfire approached Malibu last night, celebrities and Hollywood executives were among the thousands who were forced to leave their homes in the city and flee for safety.
On Friday, the authorities issued an evacuation order for the city. A total of 250,000 people fled their homes in Ventura County and Los Angles County when Woolsey Fire ripped through Southern California.
The blaze started on Thursday and was hit by strong winds on Friday off the communities on the Pacific Coast, triggering the evacuation of Malibu, Calabasas, Agoura Hills and other nearby areas.
Singers, actors, and entertainers are among those who have a home in the area, and many have resorted to social media to report that they were forced to vacate their homes as the fire neared.
Kim Kardashian said in an Instagram post that she had an hour to pack and run.
"I've heard the flames hit our property in our home in Hidden Hills, but now they are more reserved and have just stopped. It does not seem like it's going to get any worse now. I only pray that the wind is in our favor. God is good. I just pray that everyone is safe, "she tweeted.
Her husband, rapper Kanye West, said her family was "safe and close".
According to TMZ, Caitlyn Jenner's house in Malibu was completely destroyed by the fire.
The TV star let the fans know that she was safe on an Instagram but was not sure if her house had "made it or not".
Singer Cher, who appears in Las Vegas, tweeted that her home in Malibu had been threatened by fire.
Lady Gaga said in an Instagram post that she had been forced to flee her home and posted a picture of dark clouds of smoke overhead.
Oscar-winning director Guilermo del Toro tweeted that he had fled his home and that his Bleak House collection of horror memorabilia was under fire threat.
"Evacuated last night. Bleak House and the collection may be in jeopardy, but the gift of life remains. A thousand oaks and Agoura are still in danger. Malibu is evacuated. He tweeted.
The actress Alyssa Milano said she was forced to flee her home with her family in a Twitter post, and President Donald Trump, who had criticized the Californian Forest Administration in a tweet, criticized for alleged errors that hit the flame left.
"Horses are finally safe. My children are safe. My home is in danger, but … everything with a heartbeat is safe. Thank you for your concern, "she wrote.
"For those who insisted on getting hurt because our political affiliation is different, you are wrong about the country."
Singer Iggy Azalea tweeted that she could not return to her house in Calabasas to get her things when the fire neared.
Actor Martin Sheen, in an interview with Fox's FOX11 subsidiary in Los Angeles, sent word that he was "fine" after son Charlie Sheen tweeted the worry about his whereabouts.
"Emilio, Ramone, Renee, Charlie, we're fine," said the actor, referring to his four children. "We are at Zuma Beach. We will probably sleep in the car tonight. We are just fine and hope you are fine too. "