Celebrities hide in the south, preparing for Hurricane Florence

The star of Southern charm reality Austen Kroll said he will stay at his family home in Charlotte, North Carolina, which is on the path of destruction of Hurricane Florence.

While thousands of people evacuate the south to escape the threatening gaze of Hurricane Florence, some celebrities decided boldly to stay still.

The category one hurricane sent the stars of the reality of the southern charm of Bravo, which films in South Carolina, fighting for refuge, but cast member Austen Kroll stands still.

Kroll headed to his family's home in Charlotte, North Carolina, because of the storm and, although he's on the path to hurricane destruction, he's ready to duck and wait for Florence to come out.

The star of Southern charm reality Austen Kroll said he will stay at his family home in Charlotte, North Carolina, which is on the path of destruction of Hurricane Florence.

The star of Southern charm reality Austen Kroll said he will stay at his family home in Charlotte, North Carolina, which is on the path of destruction of Hurricane Florence.

Co-star Patricia Altschul also decided to wait for the storm and stay at her home in Charleston, South Carolina. Speaking on Weather Channel she said, "I'm ready. Secured and charged & # 39;

Co-star Patricia Altschul also decided to wait for the storm and stay at her home in Charleston, South Carolina. Speaking on Weather Channel she said, "I'm ready. Secured and charged & # 39;

Co-star Patricia Altschul also decided to wait for the storm and stay at her home in Charleston, South Carolina. Speaking on Weather Channel she said, "I'm ready. Secured and charged & # 39;

Kroll posed the calm and was picked up in a cozy armchair reading a childhood book on Instagram on Wednesday.

"While I've evacuated Charlotte to the house, I rummaged around the house to read an old book, and stumbled upon a light reading, old friends of the family gave me this book at # 96 to read to the baby @kt_kroll! & # 39; posted on Wednesday.

Co-star Patricia Altschul also decided to wait for the storm and stay at her home in Charleston, South Carolina.

The star of Bravo's reality published his hurricane preparation on Instagram by stocking up on canned goods and boarding the windows of his sprawling mansion.

& # 39; House in the closet … Wired blinds on plywood, generator inspected, pool water lowered, cars in parking lot, all supplies purchased, pets accounted for …. put it in #hurricaneflorence #southerncharm, & # 39; she posted on Instagram on Wednesday.

Speaking on the Weather Channel she gave her fans a relaxed smile by saying: & # 39; I'm ready. Fully prepared Locked and loaded, everything. "

Add it up: during the week, Patricia Altschul posted videos of her hurricane preparedness, including boarding her house in South Carolina and wiring the shutters closed.

Add it up: during the week, Patricia Altschul posted videos of her hurricane preparedness, including boarding her house in South Carolina and wiring the shutters closed.

Add it up: during the week, Patricia Altschul posted videos of her hurricane preparedness, including boarding her house in South Carolina and wiring the shutters closed.

He also shared how he is providing canned food while waiting for the blow of Florence

He also shared how he is providing canned food while waiting for the blow of Florence

He also shared how he is providing canned food while waiting for the blow of Florence

Southern Charm star Shep Rose said she stayed in South Carolina to ride the storm surges before flying to Chicago for safety.

Southern Charm star Shep Rose said she stayed in South Carolina to ride the storm surges before flying to Chicago for safety.

Southern Charm star Shep Rose said she stayed in South Carolina to ride the storm surges before flying to Chicago for safety.

Before heading to Chicago, he tweeted about the wild waves along the Carolina coast

Before heading to Chicago, he tweeted about the wild waves along the Carolina coast

Before heading to Chicago, he tweeted about the wild waves along the Carolina coast

The reality star of Southern charm Kathryn Dennis flew to Nashville in search of refuge, leaving behind the cruel storm

The reality star of Southern charm Kathryn Dennis flew to Nashville in search of refuge, leaving behind the cruel storm

The reality star of Southern charm Kathryn Dennis flew to Nashville in search of refuge, leaving behind the cruel storm

But his other Southern Charm co-stars were not so daring.

Co-star Shep Rose announced that she was fleeing South Carolina in search of Chicago, but she stayed to surf in the dangerous waves and waves of the storm.

"Does anyone know what Stormy Daniels is doing for Hurricane Florence? She's" riding "? I'll be here all week! Actually, I'm going to Chicago tomorrow after surfing tonight and all morning," wrote the tweet Monday.

Co-star Kathryn Dennis flew to Nashville in search of refuge, leaving behind the cruel storm.

& # 39; I'm in love with Nashville. Thank you all for the hospitality during this terrible hurricane and evacuation. My prayers, thoughts and love for the East Coast #hurricaneflorence ", published on Thursday.

The storm also forced HGTV to temporarily cancel its House Hunters filming show in the area.

"The production of some of our planned house-hunting series in North Carolina was postponed," a spokesman for the house-hunting series told The Wrap on Thursday.

Celebrities across the country have sent good wishes to residents affected by the storm. Leading the choir was Melania Trump who thanked the first to respond on the scene.

Melania Trump led a chorus of celebrity wishes and prayers for the safety of residents of North and South Carolina

Melania Trump led a chorus of celebrity wishes and prayers for the safety of residents of North and South Carolina

Melania Trump led a chorus of celebrity wishes and prayers for the safety of residents of North and South Carolina

Basketball legend Stephen Curry sent prayers for residents of his home state, North Carolina.

Basketball legend Stephen Curry sent prayers for residents of his home state, North Carolina.

Basketball legend Stephen Curry sent prayers for residents of his home state, North Carolina.

Cher also raised good wishes for all those on the devastating path of Hurricane Florence

Cher also raised good wishes for all those on the devastating path of Hurricane Florence

Cher also raised good wishes for all those on the devastating path of Hurricane Florence

Halle Berry said she is praying for the safety of East Coaster's when Florence began to touch land

Halle Berry said she is praying for the safety of East Coaster's when Florence began to touch land

Halle Berry said she is praying for the safety of East Coaster's when Florence began to touch land

Actress Viola Davis urged residents to stay safe while Florence spun on the ground

Actress Viola Davis urged residents to stay safe while Florence spun on the ground

Actress Viola Davis urged residents to stay safe while Florence spun on the ground

Bethenny Frankel, who was actively involved in the relief effort of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, encouraged the residents of the Carolinas to be strong

Bethenny Frankel, who was actively involved in the relief effort of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, encouraged the residents of the Carolinas to be strong

Bethenny Frankel, who was actively involved in the relief effort of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, encouraged the residents of the Carolinas to be strong

Steph Curry also sent prayers for the residents of her home state, North Carolina.

Cher, Halle Berry and Viola Davis also tweeted messages that wanted security and protection for the victims of the hurricane.

Bethenny Frankel shared a long message, citing the passing of her late boyfriend Dennis Shields as inspiration in her relief efforts in Florence. She was also active in Hurricane Maria's relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

"For those who are anxious and afraid, I have met thousands of people affected by disasters and when they remain united, they have faith, they appreciate the family and they are involved in the reconstruction, they survive and they prevail … Sometimes we have to go through a storm and Get out on the other side. #bstrong, "she tweeted.

The hurricane was last seen penetrating South Carolina on Friday night with up to 23 inches of rain.

Hundreds of residents who ignored evacuation orders were in trouble as 360 people were to be rescued from the severe floods in North Carolina.

More than 790,000 homes without electricity in North Carolina, while 130,000 lack power in South Carolina.

Florence is expected to move inland on Saturday.

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