'Apparently' kid talks TV future on Good Morning America

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Does the little boy who stole our hearts in a live, local TV interview want to work in broadcast?

'Good Morning America' found out when they had the pint-sized TV star on their show Wednesday morning.

Noah Ritter, 5, became a viral sensation after he was asked by a TV reporter what he thought of Pennsylvania's Wayne County Fair.

Newswatch 16’s Sofia Ojeda, who was probably expecting a nod or one-word answer – a typical child’s response – sure got an earful.

“I’ve never been on live television before,” Ritter admits, before taking the microphone into his hands and describing one of the rides.

Staring straight at the camera, Ritter explains in a serious tone that he was scared “half to death” and just “freaked out” when he went down the super slide.

This cute kid will have to get used to doing more interviews as the video posted to YouTube as a video now has more than 3 million views.


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