'Apparently' Kid Noah Ritter Is Already Over His Internet Fame

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Apparently, Noah Ritter is already over his internet stardom.

The 5-year-old kindergartner, who rose to fame after he took over a TV interview and kept saying "apparently," is tired of saying the word.

Still, he managed to say it a couple more times, when he gave the "Today Show" the lowdown on how he was picked to go on-air at a Pennsylvania fair. "They spotted me and boom, they put me on the show," Noah explained.

As for his perceived obsession with the word 'apparently'....meh, not so much. "No, I don't know how to spell apparently, I don't know what it means, but I use it in....'wow this is apparently annoying,'" Noah continued.

Noah may be tired of saying the word (and probably of people asking him to), but he did give us a glimmer of hope in terms of his future in TV.

"It's like being in a thousand drops of heaven," he replied, when he was asked if he liked being in the spotlight.

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