Miley Cyrus posted on Twitter a photo of her burned down house that was affected by the raging wildfires in California.

"Our home before and after the devastating #WoolsleyFire," Cyrus said alongside an image that highlighted the property before and after the fire reached her home.

The image features an area of the home that displayed the word love using letter-shaped structures.

The after photo shows the property completely burned to the ground.

The Woosly, Camp and Hill fires in California have burned more than 220,000 acres and have destroyed 8,000 structures since last week. The death toll has risen to 50.

Cyrus is joined by other celebrities such as Gerard Butler who have lost their home due to the wildfires.

The pop star has continuously asked for fans on social media to donate money to relief efforts.

Cyrus and her fiance Liam Hemsworth donated $500,000 to the Malibu Foundation through Cyrus' charity Happy Hippie to help with Woolsey relief, E! News reported.

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Other celebrities have also chipped in with donations and help including Sandra Bullock who donated $100,000 to The Humane Society of Ventura County to help save animals from the wildfires.

Khloe Kardashian displayed on her Instagram story over the weekend that she purchased goods from a CVS in Calabasas, Calif., to handout to firefighters who are dealing with the Woolsey fire.

Rockstar Dave Grohl delivered barbecue meals to firefighters on Monday, while restaurateur Guy Fieri served dinner to law enforcement officers helping with relief efforts at Butte College.

The Twitter account for the Butte County Sheriff's Department posted images of Fieri supplying the officers.

Photo credit: Miley Cyrus/Twitter