Noah Ritter – the five-year-old known as the 'Apparently' boy after he charmed viewers with his oh-so-earnest TV interview – has been celebrated in a hilarious video mash-up to music.
Noah was interviewed at the Wayne County Fair, Pennsylvania, and his answers were so serious and informative that the TV station's clip went viral, attracting millions of hits on You Tube.
Now Noah's famous clip has been given the Songify treatment by internet comics the Gregory Brothers, who are known for their creation of musical viral videos.
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Noah, from Pottstown, Pennsylvania, became an instant star with his live TV interview because of his fondness for the word 'apparently'.
Reporter Sofia Ojeda stopped him to ask him if he enjoyed the rides and was probably expecting a shy nod and a hesitant couple of words.
What she got was extremely serious Noah.
Staring straight into the camera, Noah warned viewers not to expect slick perfection in his broadcasting, saying: "I've never been on live television before. I don't watch the news, because I'm a kid.
"And Grandpa just gives me the remote after we watch the Powerball [lottery]."
When asked about the ride he had just been on, he even remembered that when you're covering the news, it's best to cover your back with a few 'allegedlys'.
He said: "Well, it was great, because apparently it was spinning around and apparently every time you get dizzy."
After the clip went viral, Noah appeared on breakfast show Good Morning America where he was asked by presenter Michael Strahan how it felt to be on TV, to which Noah responded: "It's great, it's so great because I really never had any people like me. Fans... are you kidding me?"