Kathy Griffin is celebrating being cancer-free and how! The actor and comedian took to social media to share the good news with footage of herself skinny dipping.

The video shows Griffin, 61, in a pool with her back turned to the camera. “6 month lung cancer scan is CLEAN!!! No more #cancer,” she captioned the tweet. “And yes, I’m skinny dipping in the pool while shaking my boobs and butt. SO WHAT?”

Griffin first revealed her stage 1 lung cancer diagnosis in August 2021, and a day later, she updated her fans about undergoing surgery.

The news of her scans being clean comes after Griffin first announced she was in remission during an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” according to People.

“I’m cancer-free,” Griffin stated during her time on the show on Nov. 30, 2021. "I don't know why, I had a tumor, right? And I've never smoked, and it was in there for 10 years. So get this, they took it out, and they found it on another scan. So I go in, and here's the thing: when you're a comic, it's horrible when the doctors want to do their material on you."

The “My Life on the D-List” star then went on to explain the procedure she underwent to remove part of her lung, adding that her doctor told her it would look like a “used condom.”

"In August, I had half of my left lung removed. I'm not even kidding," she told Kimmel, 54. "So I go in, and he's describing how they take half your lung out, and he goes, 'It's kind of like a balloon. So we do it laparoscopically and we poke it.' And then he goes, 'And when we take it out, it kind of looks like a used condom,'" she explained, adding, "And then he goes, 'You can use that.'"

After the surgery, her voice was temporarily altered by an intubation tube that affected her vocal cord. Griffin said, "So now I'm like Minnie Mouse meets Marilyn Monroe. It will heal, but I'm sort of enjoying it," before adding, "I'm a good two octaves higher, I think. It's higher than Mariah Carey, I know that."

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Kathy Griffin recently showed her disapproval of Ryan Seacret's alleged sexual misconduct. Pictured: Griffin attends the 2018 Writers Guild Awards L.A. Ceremony at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Feb. 11, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Christopher Polk

When she first shared the news of her diagnosis, Griffin encouraged her fans to stay "up to date on your medical checkups," as it can save lives, while remaining optimistic about her own health. "I'm gonna be just fine," she wrote on Instagram.