Britney Spears made the decision to evacuate on Tuesday, The Blast reports, even though her Thousand Oaks home is currently outside the mandatory evacuation zone.
Her home was not initially threatened by the fires, but a flare-up reportedly occurred Tuesday in her area. Several of her neighbors also reportedly evacuated.
As of Wednesday, sources told The Blast that the “Slumber Party” singer planned to be back in her five-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion by Thursday at the latest. It’s unclear if her two sons, Sean and Jayden, evacuated with her or if they were with their father, Kevin Federline.
The Woolsey Fire in Los Angeles County and Ventura County has burned through over 98,000 acres of land, 435 structures, and claimed the lives of three people, CBS News reports. Over 50,000 structures are still at risk of being burned by the wildfire.
About 500 miles north in Butte County, the Camp Fire, which authorities are calling the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California’s history, has killed 56 people and burned through 140,000 acres, destroying 10,321 structures. At just 40 percent contained, it could be weeks until the fire is totally extinguished. Celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Gerard Butler, Neil Young and Kim Basinger have lost their Los Angeles-area homes to the Woolsey Fire. Cyrus and fiancé Liam Hemsworth took to social media to share photos of the charred rubble of their Malibu home, and a representative for the couple said they donated $500,000 to recovery efforts.