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Borja was admitted for health issues last year. Image source, Canal Sur TV. Subtitled clips of the comedian's notorious giggling have been viewed millions of times. In March he thanked fans for organising a fundraising campaign to buy him an electric mobility scooter after one of his legs was amputated.
Related Topics. Spanish comedian Juan Joya Borja, whose infectious laughter brought him global fame, has passed away aged Better known by his nickname El Risitas, meaning Giggles, the comedian became known on the internet as "Spanish laughing guy".
Following appearances on national television, Borja went viral in when people started dubbing subtitles over him laughing recounting a story. The famous clip of him came from Spanish late-night show Ratones Coloraos, where he was interviewed by the host about his ill-fated experience working as a kitchen helper. Spain Viral posts.
These versions of the videos, as well as the original, have since massed millions of views - cementing Borja's internet renown. Fleetwood Mac get streaming boost from TikTok.
He died on Wednesday in hospital, according to local media. The story left him and the host slapping the desk in fits of uncontrollable laughter - with Borja's ature wheezing and almost-toothless smile stealing the show.
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Published 19 March Published 6 October In the clip, ed on the show's YouTube inBorja told Quintero how he once left 20 paella dishes in the sea overnight to clean them, only to return the next morning to find the tide had swept all but one away.
Spanish media personalities and social media users have been paying tribute.
Borja was dubbed hysterically laughing in a of languages at everything from Egyptian politics to the latest Apple product release. How 'Laughing Man' spread around the world. Years later, from aboutinternet users began re-posting the clip with unrelated subtitles - just like the parodies of a scene from the film Downfall, depicting Adolf Hitler's last days. His laughing face remains popular online today, including being used as an emoticon on gaming streaming platform Twitch.