Isabella Strahan, the daughter of Michael Strahan, celebrated a major milestone. The 19-year-old announced she completed chemotherapy after being diagnosed with having a brain tumor last year.

“Just finished chemo,” she wrote on TikTok.

Strahan posted a video of herself dancing in celebration alongside her twin sister, Sophia. The sisters danced to Bryson Tiller’s “Let Em’ Know”, while she captioned the video with “Did It.”

The 19-year-old was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a malignant tumor located in the cerebellum, a part of the brain situated at the base of the skull. She shared the news during an interview with her father on Good Morning America in January 2024.

“I literally think that in a lot of ways, I’m the luckiest man in the world because I’ve got an amazing daughter,” Michael Strahan said. “I know she’s going through it, but I know that we’re never given more than we can handle and that she is going to crush this.”

Strahan added that the experience has changed his perspective on life.

“You learn that you’re probably not as strong as you thought you were when you have to really think about the real things, and I realized that I need support from everybody,” he said. “You think that I’m the athlete, the tough guy, you know, I can come and handle, I’m the father in the family. It is not about any of that. It doesn’t matter. And it’s really made me change my perspective on so many things in my life.”

The 19-year-old has shared each step of her journey in a YouTube series in partnership with Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center to help children at the hospital. She previously shared details of her craniotomy, as well as her decision to freeze her eggs.

“I just hope anyone who sees this knows that there is a light at the end of the tunnel and that things will get better because every day is another day closer to getting better and closer to feeling better,” Strahan said in the first video titled, “Vlog #1: How It Started.”

She added, “Progress takes a lot of time… try to see the positive things.”