In the wake of Laa Laa Teletubby’s death, a cascade of searches for her has flooded the internet. Is she truly gone?
Following the passing of Laa Laa Teletubby, a post was circulated on social media. An obituary image with details about her birth has been added in the next thread.
A torrent of condolences has been given in the comments section beneath, with some remarking on how wonderful her character was.
Besides, Laa-Laa was the tiniest Teletubby and the most entertaining. She was renowned as the Teletubbies’ finest vocalist, a “Drama queen,” a party girl, and a motherly figure.
Why Does Twitter Think Laa Laa Teletubby Is Dead?
A wave of grief erupted as a pictorial memoir of Laa Laa Teletubby was published on the internet. On May 25th, the photo was posted to Facebook with the caption “Rest In Peace Laa Laa.”
However, the official facts have not been verified as to whether the character died or the individual who played the part died.
According to reports, Nikky Smedley (from 1997 to 2003, 2007, 2009) played the character in the old series, and Rebecca Hyland (from 2015 to present) in the current series.
Laa-Laa is renowned as the Teletubbies’ finest vocalist, a “Drama queen,” a party girl, and a motherly figure who likes to watch Magical Events.
What Happened To The Character?
As of this writing, no other facts on what happened to the character have been mentioned aside from an obituary photo.
A statue of Laa Laa was smashed at the mall the day before the obituary image was published, costing roughly $52800. It’s possible that the toddler stumbled and triggered the event.
As of this writing, no verified information concerning Laa Laa’s death has been made public. However, according to the accompanying photograph, Laa Laa was 44 years old as she was born on December 3, 1978.
It also mentions that she was born in Sydney, Australia.
Brief History On Laa Laa Teletubby
As per sources, Laa-Laa grew up in a loving home with her mother Lucy, father Randall, younger brother, and sister RuRu and Umby Pumby, and would play with her parents’ friends’ kids, Dipsy.
Her parents perished in a fire, and she was subsequently adopted by Po’s parents, Portia Rose and Devon. She got along well with her closest friend, now her younger sister Po, and Duggle Dee.
Everything was great for a time until Portia Rose went into a coma and Devon overdosed on depression medicine, forcing Laa-Laa, Tinky Winky, Dipsy, and Po with the Tiddlytubbies to adjust and live without their parents.
When the program ended in 2001, Laa-Laa and the other Teletubbies split up, with Laa-Laa moving to Paris, France, and becoming an editor for “plus-sized” fashion at Vogue Paris despite her young age.