update : Celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian West, Rainn Wilson and Melissa Etheridge are constantly threatening Malibu, Calabasas, and Thousand Oaks. Thousands left the house in a fire.
According to TMZ, Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu house burned down. Many other Hollywood figures like Ellen Pompeo, Cindy Crawford and Marcy Carsey live in the area.
The entire Malibu has been ordered to evacuate and is home to many celebrities and Hollywood executives.
Lady Gaga announced on Friday afternoon the Instagram story evacuated Malibu real estate that morning.
"Pray for Calabasas," Caldasan West wrote in the Instagram story. "I just landed at home and packed up for an hour and I was evacuated. I pray that everyone will be safe."
Kourtney Kardashian posted an emergency on the story of Instagram. "I pray that everyone will keep safe and protest against these fires.
Kardashian West updated on Twitter that the fire appeared to be included there while the flames hit her Hidden Hills home later.
Cher said, "The fire is closer."
Mark Hamill said the flame was very close to his home.
As of Friday morning, more than 20 million people from southern California to northern California were on a timely alarm with several wildfires across the state.
Will Smith posted several videos on the Instagram Story about the fire about eight miles away from his family's home. "It is very scary," he said. "We are ready to evacuate as soon as we hear it. If you are in the evacuation zone, go now."
Wilson took a twitter to evacuate, and pigs and dogs are fine. He also asked for prayer for the victims of the shooting of the Thousand Oaks, pointing out that the area is now affected by forest fires.
Guillermo del Toro withdrew from his property, where a large number of horror souvenirs were kept.
Mark Burnett MGM TV president and his wife producer actress Roma Downey listened to evacuation requests among Malibu residents. Downey said he was leaving home on the Pacific coast highway with two dogs after posting a picture of smoke after 9 am.
Melissa Etheridge also had to evacuate, and in Santa Monica Twitter was announced to be safe.
Director Scott Derrickson of "Strange Doctor" tweeted that he was destroyed by fire at home. He said he was evacuated and safe.
Actor Linden Ashby, starring in "Teen Wolf" and "Army Wives," posted on Twitter that he was also evacuating.
Alyssa Milano said she was evacuating with the horse.
Eddie McClintock, renowned for "Bones" and "Shooter", opened twitter at Old Agoura and said "true" and thanked the firefighters.
Derek Waters, organizer of "Drunk History", posted to Instagram and stopped taking pictures in the Comedy Central series due to a fire.
Orlando Bloom posted a scene of intense fire near the street in Instagram.
Sony Pictures Entertainment, located in Culver City, sent the following note to its employees: "Every SPE employee in the Los Angeles area is encouraged to follow guidance and safety recommendations from local authorities and emergency management agencies. Your safety and wellbeing are paramount. It is better to take the time and necessary precautions. "