ICYMI, there are several wildfires happening in South California and it’s been forcing thousands of residents out of their homes.
It’s gotten so big that the Skirball Fire located near Bel Air has caused several celebrities to pack their bags and seek shelter elsewhere. Notable stars like Paris Hilton, Lionel Richie, Chrissy Teigen and more took to Twitter, stating that they’ve decided to leave their homes while firefighters continue to battle the flames. Lionel Richie even had to cancel one of his shows to make sure his family safely evacuated.
Due to the devastating California Wildfires, and helping family evacuate to a safer place, I unfortunately have to cancel my show tonight. I look forward to returning to the stage this weekend and performing for my fans… https://t.co/tRMXiPOqUp
— Lionel Richie (@LionelRichie) December 6, 2017
“Due to the devastating California Wildfires, and helping family evacuate to a safer place, I unfortunately have to cancel my show tonight. I look forward to returning to the stage this weekend and performing for my fans.” he wrote.
Paris Hilton also included a viral video that showed the flames burning early in the morning on the 405 freeway in Los Angeles.
Lea Michele chose not to take any chances and packed her bags early this morning. “Praying for everyone in LA…grabbed what I loved most this morning and so grateful to my friends for taking us in..” she wrote on social media.
Chrissy Teigen in pure Chrissy Teigen fashion cracked a joke, relating the fires to one of those “What Would You Grab First In A Fire”. She hasn’t mentioned John but we’re sure he’s fine.
never thought I’d get to actually play what I thought was a hypothetical game of what would you grab if there were a fire. so far all I have is Luna, some limited edition Oreos and my spike tv award
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) December 6, 2017
Jokes aside, the wildfires in South California are really scary. I mean, just check out these photos of the wildfires! It looks like something out of a movie.
Here’s to hoping that the wildfires would die down and everyone gets to return safely home soon.