A fast-moving wildfire in Los Angeles, California, is threatening thousands of homes, including that of Piers Morgan.
On Instagram, the TV presenter shared emergency alerts he had received to his cell phone, warning that the rapidly spreading Getty fire was nearing his £4.2million property.
Since it broke out in the early hours of on Monday morning, the fire has covered more than 600 acres.
He wrote: “Yikes. Rather discomforting msgs to wake up to.. the Getty museum is just three miles away.
“These fires are horrific, hard to explain to people back home how big and savage they get here in California, and how fast the changing winds can take them in completely different directions.”
The 54-year-old is one of many celebrities affected by the fire, as it closes in on some of the area’s most affluent areas.
The fire began on Monday near the Getty Center arts complex, prompting the evacuation of a wealthy suburb of Los Angeles called Brentwood.
The neighbourhood is home to basketball star LeBron James, as well as a number of Hollywood actors and producers.
The athlete wrote on Twitter that he was struggling to find accommodation in the wake of the evacuations.
He wrote: “Man these LA [fires] aren’t no joke. Had to emergency evacuate my house and I’ve been driving around with my family trying to get rooms. No luck so far!”
Arnold Schwarzenegger said he and his family were evacuated safely from their home in the early hours of Monday.
He tweeted: “We evacuated safely at 3:30 this morning. If you are in an evacuation zone, don’t screw around. Get out.
“Right now I am grateful for the best firefighters in the world, the true action heroes who charge into the danger to protect their fellow Californians.”
The Los Angeles Fire Department said it has made “good progress on slowing the spread of the fire” although only around five per cent was under control as of Monday night.
The Getty Fire, which firefighters have not yet determined the cause of, is just one of many burning across California.
On Monday, California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state-wide emergency.
Around 180,000 people across the state have been ordered to leave their homes, while more than a million have been left without electricity.
Electrical companies have been imposing widespread blackouts to stop damaged cables from sparking new fires.