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'Apparently' kid steals show during live interview

HONESDALE, PA (KPTV) -

You wouldn't know it, but apparently this was Noah Ritter's first time on live television.

After being stopped by a reporter at Pennsylvania-based WNEP, Noah took the mic and stole the show at the Wayne County Fair.

Now his first interview on live TV is going viral.

WATCH: "Apparently" This Kid is Awesome, Steals the Show During Interview

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