Homeowners - famous and not - await word of California wildfire's toll

"We are all safe and that's all that matters".

Kim was one of the thousands Southern Californians who had to evacuate their homes due to the unsafe Woolsey fire. In an Instagram Story, Kourtney shared how she packed up her auto and fled her Calabasas home.

Alyssa Milano, who on Friday tweeted that her house was "in jeopardy" but she had gotten needed help to evacuate her horses and that her children were safe, was among the lucky ones. "Fire fighters, I love you!" wrote Kim.

"I pray that everyone is kept safe and protected from these fires".

Dozens of performers have homes in the coastal city of Malibu and the ritzy enclave of Calabasas, parts of which are under evacuation orders because of the Woolsey Fire in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.

Kim Kardashian posted an aerial video via her Instagram story, asking for prayers and informing her fans that her neighborhood was being threatened by rapidly spreading wildfire. "I'll use #SoCalFiresJamesWoods People can exchange info using that hashtag on @Twitter searching for the missing or to announce they are safe".

Three separate wildfire are now raging across the state of California. "I am too nervous with these fires #MamaKoKo", she tweeted.

Lady Gaga posted a video on Instagram on Friday where she mentioned about evacuating her Malibu house.

Similarly, Kourtney Kardashian let her followers know she'd packed up and left her home in Calabasas.

As of Friday morning, fires continued to threaten Malibu, Calabasas, and Thousand Oaks.

Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian have also been forced to leave their homes.

Khloe Kardashian was watching the fire coverage with her brother and praying for her family and friends: "I am with Rob, (his daughter) Dream and (her daughter) True and I am up keeping watch!" she tweeted.

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!"

"The fires are at 0% containment and are getting more wild as the minutes pass".

The location was used for productions including 1938's The Adventures Of Marco Polo and TV's Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman, and has more recently been used for hit drama series Westworld.