Julia Louis-Dreyfus Proclaims She's "Ready to Rock" After Surgery

Cesar Mills
February 15, 2018

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is cheering as she moves forward from her months-long battle with breast cancer.

"Hoorah! Great doctors, great results, feeling happy and ready to rock after surgery", she posted.

The "Veep" star shared a professionally taken picture to social media Wednesday, calling it her "first post-op photo".

Julia Louis-Dreyfus has shared her "first post-op photo". Veep writer Simon Blackwell said, "Superb".

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'Hey cancer, "F*** you!" Given her fighting spirit, it's also not surprising that she made waves back with her original breast cancer announcement, which she used as a springboard to talk about what she feels is a vital need for universal heathcare.

She's been candid about her battle with breast cancer since the hard diagnosis last September. Today, I'm the one.

In January, Julia set a new awards record from her sitting room, when she won two more Screen Actors Guild recognitions for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series, and outstanding performance by a female actor in a comedy series.

The actress found out about her diagnosis the day after winning an Emmy for her role in Veep. HBO, the show's home network, told THR that the production schedule on the show's final season would be adjusted as needed for Louis-Dreyfus.

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