WAYNE COUNTY, Pa. - We’ve all been to the county fair but a 5-year-old boy being interviewed by a local TV news station turned out to be much more than the reporter bargained for.
It started with a simple question.
“What did you think about the ride?” asked the reporter.
“It was great. I've never been on live television before,” responded 5-year-old Noah Ritter.
Noah was apparently about to make one bombastic debut with ABC station WNEP.
“I don't watch the news because I'm a kid. Every time -- grandpa gives me the remote after he watches the Powerball,” said Noah.
Noah continued his interview at Pennsylvania's Wayne County Fair, apparently giving a play-by-play of the rides.
“You're spinning around and every time you get dizzy. I was scared half to death,” he said.
On Tuesday, "World News" dropped in on him.
He was asked if he ever expected to go to the fair and become a superstar.
“No. I did not expect that. I was a little embarrassed… because I said all that stuff about my life,” Noah said.
Now his first interview on live TV is going viral.
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