Friday , September 30 2022

Will Smith leaves his home country as a fire in California


William Smith said he is leaving his home in Calabasa amid the California fires.

The Hollywood star shares updates about the fire, which caused celebrities such as Kim Kardashian West and Caitlyn Jenner to evacuate their properties.

In one place in Instagram's stories, Smith said: "Smoke is too close now and I can see fire for the first time.

Will Smith confirmed that he was leaving his home (Instagram)

"Our home is right there. We are not in the evacuation zone, but I do not like it, so we will go."

She has previously said that Willow's daughter, 18, felt afraid of the proximity of the fire.

Smith showed how close the flame (Instagram)

Jennifer signaled himself as safe in the midst of the fires, but revealed that the fate of her home is "high up in the air".

It was reported that Jenner's house Malibu had been destroyed. The personality of the television, 69, shared a video with Instagram to tell fans that she was safe but still does not know what happened in her home.

Sitting beside her friend Sophia Hutchins, she said, "Well, we're safe in a safe, I do not know if she did it or not, it's still in the air, but we're safe and healthy."

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

Kardashian West earlier revealed that the flames had stopped near her home in the hidden hills, northwest of Los Angeles.

Since then, she has shared an image of herself who kisses her seven-month-old mother, Truth, daughter of Chloe Cardassian.

The picture highlighted: "Trying to hide my mind from this fire and deal with my niece, we are all safe and that's all that matters."

Actor Charlie Sheen raises the alarm when he said he could not get in touch with his father in Hollywood, Martin Sheen and mother Janet.

He wrote on Twitter: "I can not find my parents, Martin and Janet Sheen are in the group, on the parking lot near Zuma beach.

"If anyone has their eyes, please let me know that they are safe and healthy in the middle of this horrific scenario."

The West Wing star later confirmed to Fox11 Los Angeles that he and his family were "nice", adding: "Emilio, Ramone, Renee, Charlie, we're okay.

"We are at Zuma beach, we will probably sleep in the car tonight, we are okay and we hope you are."

Charlie Sheen's ex-wife, Denise Richards, said she was also evacuating the area with her "furry children" and that her daughters had already been taken for safety.

He wrote to Instagram: "We love our community #malibu so disastrous … it takes us hours to evacuate. Girls are safe." @ Aaronwilliamcameron & I try to go out with our furry children.

"Be safe for everyone … so emotional by seeing the destructive loss of houses, families and animals."

The winner of Oscar Guillermo Del Toro also confirmed that he had been evacuated and feared for his home and his extensive collection of commemorative films.

He wrote on Twitter: "He was evacuated last night, Bleak House and the collection could be threatened, but the gift of life remains." Oaks and Agoura are still in danger.

Actor Alyssa Milano told fans that her home is in danger of being flooded by flames, but that her horses and children are safe.

Milan had tweeted its fans to ask for help to move her five horses out of the fire.

In an update, he wrote: "The horses are safe, my children are safe, my home is in danger, but everything with a heartbeat is safe, thank you all for your concern."

By condemning the people who had criticized her earlier for the welfare of her animals, star Charmed added: "To those who persisted in continuing to hurt because our political relationship is different, you are what is happening to the country."

The former EastEnders Patsy Palmer star now lives near Los Angeles and was also forced to leave his home.

Along with the image of a smoke-filled sky, the actor, who played Bianca Jackson in the soap, wrote: "A prayer for all those who have lost their homes today. We did it safe. Mother Nature … wow pray for everyone in Malibu & Thousand Oaks. "

Star Star Mark Hamill thanked the fans for their concern amid the fire.

Confirming that he and his family members were safe, he added: "Although fires are dangerous near our home – @MarilouHamill – @NathanHamill – @GriffinHamill – @Chelseahamill – Millie – Mabel & I we are all safe the moment & rooting for our #FearlessFirefighters in their battle against #MeanMotherNature. "

A Man of Management Niall Horan urged people to leave the area, writing in a tweet: "If you live in the Thousand Oaks / Malibu area, please evacuate.

"The fires are at a 0% limit and become more and more fierce as the minutes pass."

Lady Gaga revealed her concerns about her property and greeted firefighters and emergency services as "true heroes."

She said with the tweeted: "I think so deeply for all those who are suffering today from these ghastly fires and sadden the loss of their homes or their loved ones.

"I sit here with many of you wondering if my house will burst into flames, all we can do is pray together and one for the other, God bless you."

He did not say whether he was in that property.

A fire broke out at Hill Canyon in the southern part of the state on Thursday and spread quickly, jumping a major highway and sown on 7,000 acres of land, the Ventura province's fire department said.

The so-called Woolsey Fire rose during the night and the entire Malibu town, which has 13,000 inhabitants, has been told to be evacuated.

Kardashian West was among the first wave of celebrities to leave the area by putting a video from an aircraft window into the story of Instagram on Thursday night, presenting fires below.

Khloe's sister had tweeted to say she could not sleep, adding: "I'm very nervous with these fires."

Actor Rainn Wilson, known for the US Office version of The Office, shared an image on Twitter for a smoke burst at a distance, beyond some hills.

He wrote: "My house is in it. #WoolseyFire."

Disney Managing Director Robert Iger posted a Twitter image of his office view – a large orange cloud of smoke over Walt Disney Tower.

"I hope everyone will be very careful this morning," tweeted.

Reportedly, the fire is also believed to have ruined the TV and movie production site known as Western Town at Paramount Ranch.

The site was used for productions, including Marco Polo's 1938 adventures and Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman, and most recently used for Westworld's theatrical series.

The fires have also destroyed an area in northern California, killing five people in the city of Paradise, near San Francisco.

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