Gerard Butler, Miley Cyrus: Houses of Fires Destroyed in California

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Gerard Butler and Miley Cyrus are among the celebrities whose homes were destroyed by deadly fires in California.

Other stars, including Kim Kardashian-West and Lady Gaga, evacuated their homes over the weekend and shared information with fans on the social media.

The fires began on Thursday and killed at least 31 people, with more than 200 people missing.

It is estimated that 250,000 people were forced to leave their homes.

Here are the known houses that were affected:

Miley Cyrus

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The singer and actress on Sunday tweeted that she and fiancée Liam Hemsworth "did" it safely.

But she also revealed that her house "is already standing".

Cyrus also invited fans to donate money, time and supplies, and tweeted list charitable organizations and foundations that support other disaster victims.

Gerard Butler

Scottish star 300 and Egyptian gods published a photograph of the remains of their Malibu home on Sunday, thanks to firemen for "courage".

In addition to the photo, Butler has also released two story stories about Instagram, saying his house is "half gone".

Robin Thicke

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Robin Thicke, partner of April Love Geary, who is currently pregnant, showed in the stories of Instagram that their home was destroyed.

A day ago, the singer of blurred lines published photos of smoke in their home in Malibu.

Neil Young

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The musician has confirmed the loss of his house in a publication published on his website.

He also discussed climate change and criticized President Donald Trump.

The young post referred to the president controversial tweet who accused California of "gross bad management" for damage caused by fires.

"Imagine that a leader who resists science says these solutions should not be part of our decision-making for us," Young wrote.

It's the first time a rock star has lost its home in the event of a fire, according to Vulture. The 1978 storm destroyed hundreds of homes, including youngsters.

The Westworld system

Fire also reached a ranch, which was a set of several films and television shows.

Paramount Western Town was built for television production in the 1950s and recently served as the site for the first two Westworld seasons.

The HBO representative told the Hollywood reporter that while "Westworld is not currently in production, the area has been evacuated".

They also expressed concern about "all those who are threatened by these terrible fires."

The Maker of Real Estate Dating shows The Bachelor, tweeted on Friday, the castle in which he is filmed is "in serious danger."

One of the three buildings within Villa De La Vina was disposed of by Entertainment Tonight.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

Kim Kardashian-West and her family on Friday had evacuated their houses of hidden hills and had only one hour to pack their belongings.

Real estate mogul kept its fans updated through Snapchat and Instagram Stories, sharing photos of fire.

Kim installs the photo with her niece She wrote on Saturday: "We're all safe, and that's all important."

Yesterday, he's been honored with the People Choice Awards, winning rescue services that deal with fires.

Caitlyn Jenner

Jenner evacuated her home on Friday because she feared she would be destroyed by the flame.

The realistic star, however, told fans on Instagram on Sunday that she was "one of the lucky ones" because her house escaped the flames.

She also shared the view from the terrace and said: "It was destructive here in Malibu, the hills are completely burned – fried to be the smallest."

Real estate star has been in possession since 2015 and has often appeared on the reality show I Am Cait.

Orlando Bloom

Pirates of the Caribbean stars shared this view of their street with its 2.1 million followers on Instagram over the weekend.

Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga also evacuated her home on Friday and wrote several emotional tweets the following day.

"I think so deeply for anyone who suffers today from these fierce fires and mourns the loss of their homes or beloved." she he wrote.

She also thanked the rescue service and was called "real heroes".

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