The "Blurred Lines" singer's Malibu estate was consumed by flames on Saturday, and Thicke recently spoke with ET's Kevin Frazier about returning to the ruined remnants of his home, and the impact the fires have had on the people in his neighborhood.
"It's a great community, it's a community of wonderful people, a lot of parents whose kids go to the same school as my kid," Thicke shared. "It's just devastating."
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"Ours didn't make it, you know... sometimes it happens," added Thicke. However, he plans to rebuild. "We love this area, we love the people here, we love this neighborhood. Luckily, some of the property is still intact, you know, [it was] just the home."
Thicke also shared his appreciation for the hard work of the thousands of firefighters putting their lives in jeopardy to combat the blaze. The singer said he visited a local fire station to show his gratitude personally, and encouraged others to donate whatever they can to relief efforts around the state.
Thicke, Geary and their 8-month-old daughter, Mia, were among hundreds of thousands who have been evacuated from their homes due to the raging Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire that have been tearing through Southern California, as well as those who have been evacuated due to the deadly Camp Fire burning north of Sacramento, which has claimed the lives of at least 29 people.