Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Sons Sing Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It’ To Celebrate Her Last Day Of Chemo

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

In September 2017, Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced to fans that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer just one day after winning an Emmy for her role in the hit television show Veep.

She wrote, “1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one.

The 56-year-old actress has remained active, working on the show’s final season to the best of her ability. With some very supportive co-stars, Julia found work a place of joy and comfort.

Her family has also been there for her in the background. She recently had her last day of chemotherapy, four months after her diagnosis — and her sons were right there to help her celebrate!

To commemorate the special day, her boys Henry and Charlie filmed a hilarious video of them lip-syncing Michael Jackson’s “Beat It.” It’s an appropriate song choice, if you ask me!

The funny, over-the-top video is in line with how Julia liked to psych herself up to face the first two rounds of chemotherapy: she revealed that she rocked out to Katy Perry’s “Roar”!

Her journey has been full of ups and downs, including days where she felt well enough to go on family adventures.

Of course, what matters now is hoping she’s free and clear of cancer!

Please SHARE if you’re crossing your fingers for this incredible actress!

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