AceShowbiz - Caitlyn Jenner and Sophia Hutchins clearly have a thing or more to toast after they escaped the dangerous wildfires in Southern California. Giving an update about their condition, the former Olympic medalist took to Instagram on Friday, November 9 to share a video of her and her friend at a safe place.
"Well, we're safe at a safe house," the 69-year-old transgender rights activist told her 9 million followers. She added, "Don't know if the house made it or not. It's still up in the air. We're safe and sound."
Making light of their situation, Sophia chimed in, "The dogs are out in the pool swimming and having a good time." Caitlyn responded, "I don't think we're having that good of a day." Sophia added though, "We're having a vodka. It's beena a helluva morning. We're safe. That's all that matters."
Earlier on Friday, Caitlyn and her self-described partner Sophia were forced to leave their pad in Malibu hills due to the looming threat of the Woosley fire. TMZ reported that her home was destroyed by the raging flames on Friday.
Caitlyn's estranged stepdaughter Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian are among those whose properties are also under threat. They all have evacuated, with Kim ensuring everyone she's safe by sharing a snap of her snuggling to her niece and Khloe's daughter, True Thompson. "Trying to get my mind off of this fire and snuggling with my niece. We are all safe and that's all that matters," she wrote in the caption.
Lady GaGa and Lil Pump documented their evacuations on Instagram Stories. "Sending my prayers to everyone today," the "A Star Is Born" leading lady captioned a clip of her leaving her home. The rapper, meanwhile, told his followers, "Swear to Go, my back yard is literally on fire... If you're in Calabasas, get the f**k out outta your house right now!"
The likes of Alyssa Milano, Mark Hamill, Rainn Wilson and Guillermo del Toro were also among thousands of residents in Calabasas, Malibu and neighboring areas who were affected by the raging fires. The fire has burned through over 14,000 acres.