Kid News Anchor Video 'Apparently' Goes Viral

Five-year-old Noah Ritter stole the show with a report on his trip to a county fair.
3:19 | 08/06/14

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Everybody, this morning on open Mike a very special guest, the kid news anchor. He's going viral. 5-year-old Noah Ritter from potstown, Pennsylvania, was asked by a reporter about an amusement ride he had just taken at the county fair. Let me show you his tape. It was great and apparently I've never been on live television before. But apparently sometimes I don't watch the -- I don't watch the news because I'm a kid and apparently every time -- apparently grandpa just gives me a remote I have to watch the powerball. Powerball. Powerball. Well, we got him live, everybody. There he is. Hello, Noah. How are you, my friend? How are you doing, Noah? Good. Well, how did it feel to see yourself on TV for the first time? It was great. It is so -- it is so great because I've really never had any people like me. Friends were -- are you kidding me? So now you're a celebrity. How does it feel to be a celebrity since you're a celebrity now? Well, it is good. It is great. It is great. And I know you're -- I know you're a part of the giants but I used to like the giants but my grandfather brainwashed me into liking the steelers. You tell your grandfather he is absolutely wrong for that. I will not forgive him but you know what, you haven't brainwa brainwashed us. You charmed yourself into our hearts because we think you're awesome. Sometimes I -- You love dinosaurs. Brainwashed me to like die Sawyers but I brainwashed myself to like dinosaurs. So what do you want to be when you grow up? Never laughing. He can hear you guys laughing. Told you I'm going to be a paleontologist. He studies and -- wow. He studies sign daughters. He studies lots and lots of different types of dinosaurs. And now I also -- I heard you love to swim. Is that true? Yes. I'm a very good swimmer. Do you think if I came out there that you could be beat me? Yeah, I'm a great swimmer. A water race is great. You know what -- I hear you laughing. You're a great talker too, Noah. I think you could be a TV news reporter, Noah. Would you consider that as a profession when you grow up? No, I'm being a paleontologist. Don't talk him out of being a paleontologist. Amy. You know, Noah, tick to your guns. I think you would be great at anything you do, my friend. Everybody that is my friend, Noah, he's awesome.

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