Julia Louis-Dreyfus looked stunning on Sunday as she wore an off-the-shoulder black dress to the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s 18th Annual Les Girls Cabaret.

The 57-year-old actress — who last year won her sixth consecutive Emmy for Best Actress for her role on Veep — is a breast cancer survivor who revealed she was diagnosed with the disease in September 2017, just days after winning the award.

Louis-Dreyfus, a mother of two, said she is “very luck” to be alive and added she is “so godd—n grateful” to her doctor for his support.

The former Seinfeld star also thanked her family and fans for their endless support.

“I stand here with the understanding that I’m very lucky,” said Louis-Dreyfus told Daily Mail. “I’ve had great access to health insurance through my union. Thank you very much. Go unions.”

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She continued: “I have a very loving, precious family who was by my side every moment as well as many friends and members of the public.”