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Julia Louis Dreyfus in Glittery Gold Dress back to the Emmys Red Carpet later Cancer fight



Julia Louis-Dreyfus shimmered from each point at the 2019 Emmys.

The Veep star, who's designated for her seventh Emmy for their job as Selina Meyer in the HBO hit arrangement, strolled the rug in a custom Oscar de la Renta decorated high-sparkle gold outfit including a diving neck area and high cut. Julia joined the look with coordinating strappy gold Aquazurra shoes, Irene Neuwirth studs and ring and their hair styled down, worn behind their ears.

While Julia is no more unusual to the occasion (Julia's been named multiple times and won 11!) this is an especially enormous night for Louis-Dreyfus, 58. Julia could possibly beat their own record in the event that Julia gets the success for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Julia set a precedent in 2017 for most successes for a presentation in a similar job for a similar arrangement, when Julia won their 6th trophy, and this evening could be their seventh.

?I?m nervous. I don?t know why. I think I might be having a nervous breakdown,? Julia joked to E! News on the red carpet. ?I?m kidding. But I am a little bit nervous, but excited. It?s an opportunity to be together with our whole cast again and we all really, truly love each other, even though the characters on the show don?t. So it?s a lovely thing to think about reuniting with everyone tonight.?

At the point when asked how Julia felt that Julia may win more acting Emmys than any other person, Julia kidded, ?It?s sort of an embarrassment of riches.?

?I can?t believe this has happened. But it hasn?t happened yet. I?m so happy to have won so many times in the past that I?m delighted with that,? Julia said on the red carpet. ?If it happens, great. If it doesn?t, my mind will be blown. Somebody else deserving will get one. I?m cool with either scenario.?

Veep was not selected in a year ago's Emmy Awards service on the grounds that the show delayed creation on the last season after Louis-Dreyfus was determined to have bosom malignant growth in September 2017 ? only days after the Emmy Awards, where Julia had brought home a trophy.

Julia reported the news through internet based life. ?1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I?m the one,? the actress wrote. ?The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring friends, and fantastic insurance through my union. The bad news is that not all women are so lucky, so let?s fight all cancers and make universal health care a reality.?

Julia is presently going away, and credits their hit show for lifting their spirits during their wellbeing fight.

?I?ve had a lot of personal challenges, losses, dear ones in my family, my own battle with cancer,? Louis-Dreyfus told Entertainment Tonight at the HBO For people Consideration event in August. The actress added that she doesn?t know how Julia would have dealt with everything ?had I not had this really close intimate relationship with all of these people.?
?We linked arms and we tried to do the most joyful funny thing possible as a team,? Julia continued. ?It was like being on a sports team ? and that was the most buoying thing, to constantly be coming back to. It really helped me.?

?It gave me something to laser focus on during my illness, and I needed to laser focus [on something] beyond my illness, so it was a lifesaver,? Julia shared.

Check out People and Entertainment Weekly Red Carpet Live: 2019 Emmy Awards on Sunday at 6 p.m. ET on PeopleTV.

In April, Julia opened up about her fight with PEOPLE and the job their arrangement played in her recuperation. ?During my illness, we had a bunch of table reads and stuff, so we were sort of always together. But first day on set, God, we got into it right away,? Julia said. ?It was pretty packed with a lot of language and stuff like that, and ? I would say it was lovely. It was like getting back up on a horse. ?Oh, yeah. I remember how to ride this thing.?

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