Johnny Mathis’ home in the Hollywood Hills is collapsing in front of him

The Hollywood Hills home of music legend Johnny Mathis has suffered a cliff collapse in front of it.

The landslide – which came after a long storm in Southern California – occurred seven years after the same habitat was destroyed in a fire.

According to KABC, the landslide left pipes and other parts of the home’s infrastructure exposed, cutting off utilities.

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The station reported that the disaster occurred at the 1400 complex of Sunset Plaza in the Hollywood Hills, and it was not immediately clear how the landslide affected the stability of the house.

The station reported that a silver Jaguar parked outside the house was covered in mud and debris following the landslide. A representative for Mattis told DailyMail.com that the car belonged to a neighbour.

The incident comes more than seven years after the same property was destroyed by fire in November 2015.

The fire destroyed all of Matisse’s possessions, except for a few memorabilia.

A Hollywood Hills home has been destroyed by a landslide, more than seven years after it was destroyed in a fire

A Hollywood Hills home has been destroyed by a landslide, more than seven years after it was destroyed in a fire

According to KABC, the landslide left pipes and other parts of the home's infrastructure exposed, cutting off utilities.

According to KABC, the landslide left pipes and other parts of the home’s infrastructure exposed, cutting off utilities.

It was not immediately clear how the landslide affected the stability of the house

It was not immediately clear how the landslide affected the stability of the house

A silver Jaguar parked in front of the house was covered in mud and debris in the aftermath of the landslide.

A silver Jaguar parked in front of the house was covered in mud and debris in the aftermath of the landslide.

More than 40 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze that caused the roof to collapse.

Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey said at the time that there was “nothing left” of the house, which was “quite gross.”

Mathis was back in Los Angeles at the time after performing in Cleveland, and told reporters at the time that he was grateful no one was injured in the fire.

“I’m fine, no one was hurt – and that’s always important – we can always replace things,” he told the AP.

The house was previously destroyed in a fire in November 2015, which destroyed all of Mattis' possessions, except for a few memorabilia.

The house was previously destroyed in a fire in November 2015, which destroyed all of Mattis’ possessions, except for a few memorabilia.

More than 40 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze that caused the roof to collapse

More than 40 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze that caused the roof to collapse

“I’m a very lucky guy, I could have been here, I could have been in bed,” he told KTLA5. “I’m very lucky, a little sad of course, but very lucky.”

Speaking with DailyMail.com about the landslide, a representative for Mr. Mattis revealed that the accident occurred on the morning of January 10th.

The representative said no one was hurt and, apart from the Jaguar, there was no damage to the street or other nearby property.

As of now, Mattis is waiting in town to grant permits for dirt removal so they can begin repairing the hillside.

Significant damage was seen following the 2015 fire at the artist's home

Significant damage was seen following the 2015 fire at the artist's home

Significant damage was seen following the 2015 fire at the artist’s home

Mattis was back in Los Angeles at the time after performing in Cleveland, where he told reporters at the time that he was grateful no one was injured in the fire.

Mattis was back in Los Angeles at the time after performing in Cleveland, where he told reporters at the time that he was grateful no one was injured in the fire.

Mattis said he was ‘grateful’ that no one was hurt in the accident as he spoke about the landslide on his Instagram account: ‘Thank you so much everyone for your concern and support. So thankful no one was hurt, and we hope the outage of rain will make the repairs easier.

The devastation came amid devastating rains in Southern California, which saw flooding, strong winds and evacuation orders.

The weather has killed at least 20 people in California since then December 26, according to Reuters. As of Monday, tens of thousands of people were still under evacuation orders.

Mathis, an inductee into the Grammys Hall of Fame, has been active for seven decades in music, with hits like Chances Are; Too much, too little, too late I wouldn’t say.

His soft voice and musical talent propelled him to worldwide fame.

The chart-topper has sold an estimated 350 million records worldwide, rivaling Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley. He has been touring the world for 65 years.

Mathis, an inductee into the Grammys Hall of Fame, has been active for seven decades in music, with hits like Chances Are;  Too much, too little, too late I wouldn't say

Mathis, an inductee into the Grammys Hall of Fame, has been active for seven decades in music, with hits like Chances Are; Too much, too little, too late I wouldn’t say

Pictured is Mathis performing in December 2022 in Irvine, California

Pictured is Mathis performing in December 2022 in Irvine, California

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