Celebrities Evacuate As California Bushfires Worsen

Celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga, Pink and Alyssa Milano have been forced to flee their homes as three separate wildfires tear through southern California.

UPDATED: More and more celebrities are posting on social media in the wake of the destructive fires. Charlie Sheen tweeted in the hopes of getting hold of his parents Martin and Janet, who he couldn't reach.

Martin Sheen was later found safe by a Fox News crew as he evacuated to Zuma Beach.

Other celebrities like Robin Thicke and Camille Grammer found their houses destroyed in the blaze.

Others shared their messages of support for their communities as they evacuated their homes. Rainn Wilson shared footage of the area surrounding his home, confirming

There are reports that Caitlyn Jenner's home in Malibu had completely burnt down -- but the reality TV star posted a video to Instagram saying it was still unclear. 

"We're safe, don't know if the house made it or not," Jenner reported in a video with friend Sophia Hutchins. 

"It's still up in the air... we're safe and sound."

The Washington Post reports that two separate fires -- the Hill Fire and the Woolsey Fire-- have forced 100,000 people to flee their homes in Southern California.

Kim Kardashian had to abandon her Calabasas home -- posting footage of the flames on her Instagram stories.

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

Kylie Jenner wrote on Instagram that the "Fire is so close to my house, hoping everyone is staying safe. I'm hoping for the best".

Celebrities including Cher, Iggy Azalea, Pink, Guillermo del Toro and Alyssa Milano have also shared updates about their homes in the areas affected by the fires.

Will Smith commented on Instagram that his home is just eight miles away from the blaze and that he and his family are "prepared to evacuate" if necessary.

The LA Times reports that the fires were "fuelled by dry conditions and extreme winds" and had already "charred 14,000 acres of land and destroyed multiple homes in southern California.

Image: Twitter @GerardButler.