Quick, someone give this kid his own talk show. Five-year-old Noah Ritter is a viral sensation after taking over his live TV interview at a Pennsylvania county fair.
A reporter stopped Noah and his grandfather at the Wayne County Fair on Friday to ask the red-haired tyke how he enjoyed the ride he’d just taken.
And in his best anchorman’s voice, Noah said: “It was great and apparently I’ve never been on live television but apparently sometimes I don’t watch the news because I’m a kid and apparently every time Grandpa just gives me the remote I have to watch the Powerball.”
What happened after the little boy from Pottstown took the microphone from the reporter has become a viral sensation. His interview has been seen more than 3 million times on YouTube.
And now our favorite word for the day is “apparently,” which Noah uses eight times during the interview.
Noah’s grandfather, Jack Borowski, who was with him at the fair, told ABC News that “Noah is pretty talkative. He has a large vocabulary.”
Borowski said that when Noah later saw the interview he said, “That’s me, I’m a celebrity.”
He most certainly is.