Gerard Butler, Miley Cyrus Lose Homes to California Fires
Gerard Butler recorded video showing the charred remains of his Malibu home.
The California wildfires are becoming a nightmare for everyone in the southern part of the Golden State.
Gerard Butler took to social media over the weekend to announce that he had lost his Malibu home, recording the smoking remains as he returned for the first time to size up the devastation.
He is not the only star whose home was destroyed.
A rainbow-colored recording studio is all remains of Miley Cyrus' $2.5 million compound.
“My animals and love of my life made it out safely and that's all that matters right now,” she tweeted.
Neil Young confirmed that his home was burned down.
“Firefighters have never seen anything like this in their lives,” Young wrote on his website. “I have heard that said countless times in the past two days, and I have lost my home before to a California fire, now another.”
Indie rocker Kevin Parker of Tame Impala also posted that his Malibu home burned to the ground. He posted a photo of what his residence was like before the fire.
Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith, CEO of Top Dawg Entertainment and manager of Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Schoolboy Q, among others, posted video of planes dropping water near his home as the smoke encroached.
“Real Housewives” star Camille Grammer’s home went up in flames as well.
Nearby, Kim Kardashian recorded an aerial view of flames lighting up the night sky as she came in on a private plane to evacuate to Calabasas. The reality TV star dedicated her trophy from the People's Choice Awards Sunday to firefighters and law enforcement battling the blazes.
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