As the Californian fires continue to decimate much of LA, Lady Gaga has stepped in to help people affected by the tragedy.
The Just Dance singer, 32, turned up a shelter yesterday with pizza, coffee and gift cards for people who had lost everything in the fires.
On her Instagram stories she posted a video and said: "I’m on my way now to a shelter in California to be with people who have evacuated their homes. It’s one of my acts of kindness for today and I encourage you to do the same.
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“Be kind,” she signed off with – fitting, as it was World Kindness Day yesterday, her “favourite day of the year,” she said.
Following her day dedicated to looking out for others, she posted a picture on Instagram and said: “Thank you to all our fire fighters and police & first responders for risking your lives to keep us safe. We love you.”
Gaga was also forced to evacuate her own home amid the Woolsey Canyon blaze a few days previously.
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Mirror reporter Halina Watts visited the devastating scenes left by destructive wildfires that have so far claiming 42 lives across California with 200 people still unaccounted for.
Singer Robin Thicke watched his home go up in flames and was tearful as he said: "This hasn’t been easy."
Actor Gerard Butler lost his home in the fire and said: "There are so many communities here, trailer parks and suburban working-class houses, that are destroyed. People have lost everything.
"It’s just really sad, people give their lives to get to a place like this. I have lost a lot of belongings but I haven’t lost everything."
Halina said: "There is a frantic search in mobile homes, cars, businesses and houses for the missing. "Put your mask on," a beleaguered highway patrol man insists. "The atmosphere here is toxic, all sorts of dangerous materials have been incinerated.""
"He is one of many assisting in the £14billion clean-up and reconstruction effort caused by three fires – Woolsey, Camp and Hill – across 111,000 acres."
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