‘Apparently’ kid becomes YouTube sensation [Watch]
This 5-year-old boy loves his first TV interview (and the word ‘apparently’, apparently).
This short video of 5-year-old Noah Ritter being interviewed on the news is so hilarious that it's becoming an internet sensation.

The earnest little boy is caught by interviewers as he gets off a ride at a fun fair and is asked what he thought of the ride. He launches into a very serious analysis of how he came to be there, how great the ride was and what he thinks about being on TV for the first time.

That's all pretty normal, but Noah's outrageous usage of the word "apparently" is just too cute to ignore. He's obviously pretty proud that he knows it, and is determined to use it in almost every sentence in an effort to get it to fit in...

Watch: "Apparently" this kid is awesome, steals the show during interview via YouTube/WNEP-TV

It's fascinating to watch children language. From those first words until they learn the word "no", that is. Sometimes children fixate on the sounds of specific words. Perhaps their mimicking their parents or a friend, but it can either amuse you or drive you up the wall!

Still, this little boy has charmed a growing audience to become a TV star at only five...

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