Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Sons Have Fun Final Day Of Chemotherapy

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Possibly she will be able to do the Elaine dance to this one.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus celebrated her final day of chemotherapy on Thursday with a tune from her sons — a tackle Michael Jackson’s “Beat It.”

“My magnificence boys @henryhallmusic @charlie_hall made this for me at the moment, my final day of chemotherapy,” she wrote on Instagram. “Fairly swell, proper? Ain’t they candy?”

Her caption accompanied a video of her two boys, Henry Corridor, 25, and Charlie Corridor, 20, singing alongside to the hit tune. Louis-Dreyfus, 56, shares her two sons with husband Brad Corridor, whom she married in 1987.

The “Seinfeld” star revealed on social media again in September of 2017 that she was recognized with breast most cancers — and 4 months later has completed the chemo.

“The excellent news is that I’ve probably the most wonderful group of supportive and caring household and associates, and unbelievable insurance coverage by means of my union,” the actress wrote on the time. “The dangerous information is that not all girls are so fortunate, so let’s struggle all cancers and make common well being care a actuality.”

HBO, the community answerable for Dreyfus’ hit TV sequence “Veep,” stated in an announcement that they might be suspending the manufacturing of the present whereas its star underwent therapy for the most cancers.

“The expectation is that we’ll shoot once more. Now we have another season we’re doing, which we’re extremely enthusiastic about,” government producer Frank Wealthy stated. “Reasonably impressively, whereas we anticipate her to collect her full energy, round her therapy, we have been having with the forged in Los Angeles, desk reads of scripts for the ultimate season as they’re prepared.”

Louis-Dreyfus received the Emmy for the sequence 5 years in a row — 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

The present itself additionally received the Emmy in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

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