Julia Louis-Dreyfus' sons celebrate the end of chemo with cute video

Beat It: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Sons Mark Her Last Day of Chemotherapy

Julia Louis-Dreyfus celebrated her last day of chemotherapy on Thursday with a song from her sons - a take on Michael Jackson's "Beat It". "Pretty swell, right? Ain't they sweet?" proud mama Julia wrote in the caption. "BEAT IT! Love, Henry and Charlie".

In a post on Twitter in September, the star shared the news of her breast cancer diagnosis saying, "1 in 8 women get breast cancer".

On social media, Louis-Dreyfus has been keeping fans up to date on her health, posting periodic updates. "The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring family and friends, and fantastic insurance through the union".

And so, of course, Julia Louis-Dreyfus's two sons, Henry and Charlie, marked their mother's final day of chemotherapy with some awesome moves.

Her other film credits include Enough Said, Deconstructing Harry and voice-over parts in animated films A Bug's Life and Planes.

While undergoing treatment, Louis-Dreyfus is still attending table read with the cast in Los Angeles, Rich said, a move he called impressive.

It was revealed in November that production on Veep's seventh and final season would be postponed as Louis-Dreyfus sought chemotherapy.

Even then, Louis-Dreyfus kept her signature sense of humor, captioning a pic of various fluid bags, "Getting ready for the holidays with my awesome Xmas cocktail".



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