'Beat It': Sons Mark Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Last Day of Chemo

Lawrence Kim
January 13, 2018

Julia Louis-Dreyfus just completed her last chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer. Clearly, the 56-year-old has had the best support system throughout her cancer battle, and to celebrate the big day, her two sons made her the most unbelievable video.

"BEAT IT! Love, Henry and Charlie", the text read following the hilarious lip-sync.

"1 in 8 women get breast cancer". The actress celebrated her last day of chemotherapy on Thursday, January 11th.

Since carving out an iconic role as Elaine in Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus has confirmed her position as USA television royalty with her work on hit political satire series Veep.

Her other film credits include Enough Said, Deconstructing Harry and voice-over parts in animated films A Bug's Life and Planes. "Today, I'm the one", Louis-Dreyfus tweeted when she heard the news.

The "Seinfeld" star revealed on social media back in September of 2017 that she was diagnosed with breast cancer - and four months later has finished the chemo.

Production on "Veep's" seventh and last season has been delayed for Louis-Dreyfus to continue receiving treatment. "We have one more season we're doing, which we're incredibly excited about", an executive producer of the show said at a press conference.

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