Julia Louis-Dreyfus is now back to work after revealing she has been diagnosed with breast cancer in September. The 56-year-old star won’t let the Big C take its toll on her as she teased the start of “Veep” Season 6’s filming.

The actress shared executive producer David Mandel’s tweet revealing the television show’s first episode script. The snap also gave a glimpse of the cast members’ recent table read.

Teasing the new season’s production

“It was a fantastic script read by an amazing cast,” Julia Louis-Dreyfus said in the post.

She also said that she has found a “huge comfort and joy” to be with other “Veep” Season 6 cast members.

Evidently, she has been receiving great comfort from his fellow actors as she also shared a video of Tony Hale and Timothy Simons doing an interpretative dance of Katy Perry’s “Roar.”

"My name is Tony and I will be playing the role of Julia Louis-Dreyfus," Hale said in the clip. Simons, on the other hand, introduced himself and said that he will be playing the role of cancer. Hale showed how his role as Louis-Dreyfus can effortlessly beat cancer down. The two were even holding placards with messages from the song’s lyrics like that she is a fighter, a champion, and they are going to hear her roar.

"How lucky am I that these bozos have my back?" she captioned the clip.

The love and support Louis-Dreyfus receives

Tony Hale and Timothy Simons’ video for Julia Louis-Dreyfus were made after the “Veep” Season 6 star revealed that she just finished the second round of her chemotherapy.

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On her Instagram page, she shared a snap of herself getting a little comical with a drawn mustache on her upper lip while wearing a pair of dark glasses and a hoodie. She, too, used Katy Perry’s song, “Roar,” to caption her photo. She also thanked her Hale, Simons, and Perry for their inspiration.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced that she was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in September. She shared a lengthy but heart-melting note that even declared the need for the controversial universal health care. She narrated that one in every eight women is being diagnosed with that kind of Big C, and she happens to be one of those ladies.

Fortunately, she has the most “glorious group of supportive and caring family and friends.” In fact, she has been receiving a lot of love and support from different people like the former Vice President Joe Biden. However, not every woman who has this illness is fortunate enough. So, she called for the making of the universal healthcare a reality.