Some Hollywood celebrities and artists shared their insights about the recent wildfire that happened in California over the past few weeks. Among those who tweeted out their sympathies to affected families were #Lady Gaga, #Miley Cyrus, and Katy Perry, Billboard reported.

Lady Gaga tweeted, “Saying a prayer and sending loving thoughts to those suffering in California due to these horrible fires.” She added her wishes for them to “find some peace” and said that “no one deserves to lose their home.”

“Glee” cast member and California resident Lea Michele also sent her prayers to those affected as she revealed that her family also needed to evacuate.

She wrote, “Praying for everyone in LA... Grabbed what I loved most this morning and so grateful to my friends for taking us in.”

Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus tweeted an announcement from the state’s forestry and fire protection board saying that some wild animals displaced by the fire might show up in the yards. She urged residents to “put up buckets of water for them” as these animals are “scared, exhausted and have also lost their homes.”

Katy Perry took the opportunity to thank the authorities for keeping everyone safe. Among the other celebrities who shared their insights on social media were Ellen DeGeneres, Stephen Colbert, and Justin Timberlake.

DeGeneres wrote, “If you live anywhere in Southern California, your life is being impacted by the fires today. Please be careful and make room for the firefighters. They are our heroes.”

Timberlake and Colbert wished for everyone to be safe.

The television show host tweeted, “Thinking of all my friends and family in SoCal facing the fires tonight. Stay safe!”

Ariana Grande

#Ariana Grande was among those whose family has personally experienced the wildfire and had to evacuate. Her mom tweeted that they had to evacuate “for the first time” because of the incident, Access Hollywood reported.

Joan Grande wrote, “My heart is breaking for all the Californians so sadly affected by the fires.” The songstress and her brother, Frankie Grande also shared updates on social media. He informed everyone that their family is safe.

The “Be Alright” singer also posted that their pet dogs were also evacuated. She also included a photo of a firefighter dealing with the flames.

Wildfire

The recent wildfire in California is part of a series of related incidents that happened within just a few weeks. Around 140,000 acres have been affected and two people were burned in an area north of San Diego, CNN reported.

The fire is continuously spreading at an “extremely” fast rate and moving toward the communities in Oceanside and Vista. Firefighters and state officials are working non-stop to mitigate the effects of this disaster.