Stars help out in wildfire


Hutchins, 22, added: "We're safe, that's all that matters".

Kim's ex-stepfather, Caitlyn Jenner, just lost her Malibu home. consumed by the out-of-control fire.

Rapper Iggy Azalea struck a similarly frantic tone, tweeting that she "was genuinely concerned" by the flames encroaching on her Calabasas home.

She also thanked the California firefighters. "I pray everyone is safe", she wrote. Girls are safe. @aaronwilliamcameron & I trying to get out with our furry children. "God is good. I'm just praying everyone is safe Fire Fighters, I love you and thank you for doing all that you can to keep us safe!"

Many members of the Kardashian-Jenner family, including Kourtney, have shared tweets urging people to donate to the California Fire Foundation in order to support the firefighters who are continuing to battle the deadly blaze that has seen them forced out of their homes. She revealed she had an hour to pack and evacuate from her home in the Calabasas area.

Celebrities are among the thousands ordered to evacuate as wildfires rage across California.

Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro tweeted that he had abandoned his vast "Bleak House" museum collection of fantasy and horror memorabilia, while singer Etheridge said she had moved into a hotel due to the fire. "I am too nervous with these fires #MamaKoKo", Khloe Kardashian posted on Twitter. "No Calabasas tonight", she wrote on Instagram.

A spokesman said that Jenner, Kardashian West's former step-parent, is safe but could not give an update on her property.

Their sister Khloe Kardashian also commented on the events, sharing, "I cannot sleep!"

Meteorologists issued red-flag warnings and wind alerts throughout the state into Friday, sparking fears the fires could worsen.

The so-called Woolsey Fire grew overnight and the entire city of Malibu, which has 13,000 residents, has been told to evacuate.

Many others have been impacted by the fires.

Earlier in the day, another wildfire in Santa Rosa Valley called the Hill Fire shut down the 101 freeway and forced the evacuation of almost 1,200 homes.

Rainn Wilson, who played Dwight on "The Office", indicated online that he and his family were away when flames "roared down the creek bed behind our house and missed it by a dozen yards!"