Julia Louis-Dreyfus receives support from sons on last day of chemotherapy

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus' sons are celebrating the end of their mom's chemotherapy treatment by releasing a video performance of Michael Jackson's Beat It.

The "Veep" star has had many people rooting for her throughout her cancer battle and shared this thoughtful song "written" by her co-stars Anna Clumsky, Clea DuVall and Gary Cole singing a Julia Louis-Dreyfus inspired version of Queen's "We Are The Champions" in December.

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Sharing the happy news she had completed her last round of chemo on Instagram, the 56-year-old allowed her sons to do the talking with a amusing video. "BEAT IT! Love, Henry and Charlie".

On top of the support she's received from her sons, Julia's also had her husband of 30 years, Brad Hall, by her side through it all.

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Louis-Dreyfus won the Emmy for the series five years in a row - 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. After she completed her second round of chemo in October, the actress posted a photo of her with a drawn on moustache.

The "Veep" star first shared the news of her cancer diagnosis on Instagram by writing, "1 in 8 women get breast cancer".

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"Julia is undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and we're obviously postponing production of the show - we were supposed to have started now - while she's in treatment", Rich said. "The bad news is that not all women are so lucky, so let's all fight all cancers and make universal health care a reality".

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