Gerard Butler, Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke lose their homes as celebrities flee California fires

Mail Online | 11/12/2018 | Chris Pleasance for MailOnline;Anneta Konstantinides For Dailymail.com
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Gerard Butler, Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke lost their homes to the California wildfires on Sunday as the Kardashian clan, Simon Cowell and Will Smith fled the approaching flames.

Action movie star Butler posted Instagram videos of himself outside the burned-out skeleton of his Malibu home on Sunday, while Thicke's girlfriend April Love Geary also shared pictures of their ruined house on Instagram.

Miley - Cyrus - Camille - Grammer - Star

Miley Cyrus and Camille Grammer, star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, were also among those to learn that their properties had been engulfed by the Woolsey fire, as it burned largely out of control.

Simon Cowell began packing up possessions at his $23million home in Malibu on Sunday night in a race against time as flames began inching toward it.

Kim - Kardashian - Kanye - West - Rest

Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and the rest of the Kardashian clan have also fled their homes in Hidden Hills as the fire spread, alongside the likes of Will Smith, Lady Gaga, Martin Sheen, Cher and director Guillermo del Toro.

Fire crews put out at Red Flag alert for Ventura and Los Angeles late on Sunday, warning that high winds will continue to fan the flames until Tuesday at least, meaning things could get worse before they get better.

Woolsey - Fire - Cent - People - Acres

The Woolsey fire was just 15 per cent contained having killed two people, scorched 83,000 acres and destroyed almost 200 buildings Sunday night. The nearby Hill fire had burned 4,500 acres and was 75 per cent contained.

In total, 31 people have died across California, most of whom were killed in the town of Paradise in the Camp Fire, which is now the joint-deadliest fire in the state's history.

Flag - Alert - Los - Angeles - Ventura

The has issued a 'Red Flag' alert for fire-affected Los Angeles and Ventura County.

The National Weather Service warned of 'EXTREMELY CRITICAL Fire Weather Conditions through Tuesday', saying winds of up to 50mph (80kph) were expected...
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