Liam Hemsworth & Miley Cyrus Reveal Home Destroyed By California Wildfire

Liam Hemsworth used social media to share a photo of what is left of his house with Miley Cyrus thanks to the wildfire blazing through Southern California.

The couple has been very open regarding the effect the wildfire has had on them and their beloved animals. In a heartfelt Instagram post, Hemsworth wrote a sincere letter that accompanied a picture of his home in ruins. He began the note by revealing the photo was an image of his and Cyrus' house that was no longer standing.


There is nothing but ruins where the couple's residence once stood. One thing the actor's followers were quick to notice a metal sign that spelled out the word love. Hemsworth didn't spend too much time dwelling on his loss but instead explained how so many had lost so much during the wildfires. He also made it clear his heart goes out to all those who have suffered a loss at this devastating time.

The actor went on to discuss how he spent his day walking around Malibu. Even with all the devastation, Hemsworth praised the community for coming together. He went on to say he knows the Malibu community will come out with this tragedy stronger than ever. The Isn't It Romantic star closed out his emotional post by thanking firefighters and first responders. He included links to Malibu Foundation Opens a New Window, as well as his lovely lady's charity Happy Hippie Foundation Opens a New Window.

Although this is the first time Liam Hemsworth has spoken out regarding the effect the wildfire has had on his life, Miley Cyrus used Twitter over the weekend to share the destruction of their home. She was devastated by their loss but grateful that the love of her life, as well as all of her animals, were safe. Cyrus expressed her gratitude for what she had left and for the Los Angeles Fire Department.

There are so many who have lost so much during the California wildfires, including some of Hollywood's hottest stars. Hemsworth and Cyrus are among those who lost their home but are keeping their hopes high.


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