Liam Hemsworth Is "Devastated" By The Loss Of His And Miley's Home In California Fire
On Tuesday, Liam Hemsworth opened up about what it was like to lose his home in the California wildfires over this past weekend. The fires left approximately 44 people dead.
As most fans of the actor know, he shares the house with his famed singer-songstress fiancée, Miley Cyrus. The star said that "it's been a heartbreaking few days," and showed a picture of the remains of his ruined house.
The actor wrote that his heart goes out to all of those affected by the wildfire, especially those who lost their houses and their lives. Liam linked his fiancée's organization, Happy Hippy Foundation, as well as the Malibu Foundation.
Coincidentally, and in the most tragic way, Liam and Miley's home had giant letters in the house spelling out the word "love," which can be clearly seen in charred remains.
Liam explained that he spent the other day in Malibu and it was truly amazing to see all the members of the community band together in an attempt to make things work out. The potential for humans to collaborate is truly impressive.
Despite the fact Liam and Cyrus lost their home, Miley said she was happy to be alive. Those who died in the wildfires are the real ones for which to mourn.
Miley and Chris weren't the only ones affected by the flames. People like Neil Young, Camille Grammer, Robin Thicke, and Gerard Butler all had their homes completely decimated.
In a photo shared above, Gerald stands before his completely destroyed and charred home. Robin Thicke and his pregnant girlfriend, April Love Geary, also evacuated their home in the face of an encroaching fire.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, said the situation easily could've been avoided had the state taken care of the environment through proper forestry management.
Katy Perry took the president to task for suggesting that everything could've been avoided through proper methods. She accused the politician of being insensitive, an insult commonly used regarding the president and his choice of words.