He revealed he was in the fight of his life after being diagnosed with brain cancer last year.
And Home and Away star Johnny Ruffo, 29, is continuing to show he is a force to be reckoned with.
During an appearance on Sunrise on Thursday morning the affable actor revealed he'd received a dose of chemotherapy before appearing on camera.
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'I just had it this morning': Home and Away star Johnny Ruffo fronts up for an interview with Sunrise just hours after undergoing a grueling dose of chemotherapy for brain cancer
Weather presenter Sam Mac asked Johnny how he was feeling given he 'had chemotherapy this morning'.
A cheery-looking Johnny replied that he was 'feeling pretty good' despite having undergone the intense treatment.
Johnny braved the early morning start to spruik the Save Our Sons charity.
It's been six months since Johnny required life-saving emergency surgery at Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital