Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's home in flames from California Wildfire

Actor Mark Hamill wrote the flames are dangerously close to his house, but he and his family members were safe and rooting for "fearless firefighters in their battle versus mean mother mature", variety.com reported.

Rapper Iggy Azalea struck a similarly frantic tone, tweeting that she "was genuinely concerned" by the flames encroaching on her Calabasas home.

Ultimately, Kris has decided that "the positive outweighs the bad" and, what's more, she knows her grandkids are all in safe hands thanks to their loving parents.

"I pray that everyone is kept safe and protected from these fires", Kourtney wrote. The Woolsey fire is the one in the area of Kardashian and West's home and the Los Angeles Times reported that the fire has grown to 8,000 acres.

Meanwhile, Kim revealed she had just an hour to evacuate her Hidden Hills home and her sister Khloe tweeted last night that she couldn't sleep over the fires. "I love everyone. Stay safe and God bless".

As of Friday morning, more than 20 million people were under red flag warnings across the California state.

He also tweeted resources for horse owners to have their animals evacuated from the Southern California blaze, and called Milano's report that her family and horses had been evacuated "good news".

Kourtney Kardashian was also forced to flee, posting photos of suitcases in her auto as she sought refuge at Kendall Jenner's house in Beverly Hills.

Kim Kardashian and Lady Gaga were among thousands fleeing their homes on Friday as a fast-moving wildfire engulfed Malibu and nearby celebrity neighbourhoods.

Khloe Kardashian also tweeted out in response to a fans question about her safety, saying: "I am with Rob, Dream and True and I am up keeping watch!"

The flames have reached their home but the property hasn't been destroyed yet, but the fire has continued to spread. "No calabasas tonight", Kourtney captioned a photo on Instagram Stories of her packed auto.

Actor Rainn Wilson, known for starring in the U.S. version of The Office, shared a picture on Twitter of a plume of smoke in the distance, beyond some hills.

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

  • Kyle Peterson