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Michael Strahan’s Daughter Isabella Meets Bryson Tiller After Listening to His Songs During Radiation

“Man of my dreams #bestdayever,” said the 19-year-old, who is undergoing treatment for a brain tumor

<p>Isabella Strahan/Instagram</p> Isabella Strahan and Bryson Tiller

Isabella Strahan/Instagram

Isabella Strahan and Bryson Tiller

Michael Strahan's daughter Isabella Strahan is all smiles after meeting “the man of my dreams” amid her chemotherapy journey.

On Thursday, the 19-year-old student and model posted a TikTok video after getting the chance to meet one of her favorite artists, Bryson Tiller.

In the clip, she starts dancing to his song “Let ‘Em Know” before the singer comes around the corner and joins her. Isabella then shows herself screaming into the camera out of excitement.

“Man of my dreams #bestdayever,” she captioned the clip.

Isabella also posted a photo of the two on her Instagram Story.

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Related: Michael Strahan’s Daughter Isabella Tearfully Celebrates Last Day of Radiation: 'Never Thought I’d Be Ringing the Bell'

Back in January, Isabella shared a vlog documenting her last day of radiation after being diagnosed with a brain tumor at the base of her skull.

In the video, she’s walking through the hospital and hears music blasting in the room where she’s scheduled for treatment.

“They have my favorite, Bryston Tiller, playing already. Yay! Shout out to Bryson Tiller,” she said as she laid down to start radiation.

After finishing her final treatment, Isabella was in tears as she hugged her father and twin sister Sophia before cheerfully ringing the bell. “So excited to ring that bell… Never thought I’d be ringing the bell,” she said.

Isabella has since been documenting her chemotherapy journey on YouTube, where she's sharing updates regarding her health after having emergency surgery last October to remove a large medulloblastoma a type of malignant tumor — in her cerebellum.

Earlier this week, the model underwent an unexpected second brain surgery due to a setback while recovering from her first round of chemo for the brain tumor.

<p>Isabella Strahan/TikTok</p> Isabella Strahan and Bryson Tiller

Isabella Strahan/TikTok

Isabella Strahan and Bryson Tiller

Related: Michael Strahan’s Daughter Isabella Says She’s in 'So Much Pain' After Second Brain Surgery: 'I Was Screaming'

In a vlog post, she explained that during surgery the doctors cut open the scar in the back of her head to clean and drain fluid out so there are no infections. They also replaced the bone that was initially cut out of her skull. Following the procedure, she showed herself lying in her hospital bed with her entire head wrapped in bandages, admitting that the pain was difficult to handle.

“I’m in so much pain…and this sucks.  I was in so much pain earlier, I was like screaming. This is not fun,” she said. “Hopefully this is what was causing all my fevers and why I’ve been in the hospital for a week. So hopefully I will get to go home soon after I heal from this. But I don’t feel my best.”

Isabella gave a glimpse at the back of her head stapled up after surgery, showing the painful moment she screamed as her doctor removed a tube from inside her skull. She detailed how tough the recovery process is while trying to stay optimistic.

“My face is so puffy, it’s insane. I feel really awful and I was not expecting to come out in this head wrap thing,” she said. “I’m just in a lot of pain. It sucks. I was way more drugged up for my first surgery because it was more invasive.”

“It’s not fun getting your head cut open,” she continued. “It’s not fun but I’m super glad I can still walk and talk and they didn’t touch my brain because doing that again would be really really rough and I don’t think I could do it… I could do it but it would be rough again.”

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