Apparently Kid Noah Ritter on The Ellen Show | Video
The "Apparently Kid" Is Not Easily Fooled
Last month, the adorable, charismatic Noah Ritter — now affectionately known as "Apparently Kid" — won our hearts with his heartfelt review of a ride at the local county fair, and he was back in the spotlight during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing Thursday. During his interview, 5-year-old Noah jumped into his chair and exclaimed, "This is my first time on a talk show," before revealing to Ellen that he "got over" his supposed favorite word.
In case you don't remember, Noah happily took the mic during a segment for a Pennsylvania news channel in August and — after stressing that he'd never been on live TV before — said, "Apparently sometimes I don't watch the news because I'm a kid, and apparently Grandpa just gives me the remote and I have to watch the Powerball." He added, "It's great, because apparently you're spinning around, and apparently every time you get dizzy." After the video went viral, Noah was invited to the Today show, where he admitted that he wasn't sure how to spell the word he had become so famous for using, adding, "I don't know what it means. But I use it in, 'Wow, this is apparently annoying.'" Nonetheless, Noah is still completely hilarious (and not getting tricked by guys in dinosaur costumes) and you should watch his full interview with Ellen DeGeneres in the videos below . . . seriously.