17/09/2014 15:26 BST | Updated 20/05/2015 10:12 BST

'Apparently' Boy Noah Ritter Stars In Own Advert (Video)


Noah Ritter, the five-year-old boy who became an internet sensation after repeatedly using the word 'apparently' during a TV interview, is now starring in his own TV ad.

Noah, from Pottstown, Pennsylvania, became an overnight star last month and as a result was snapped up by the makers of pet food to make an advertisement.

Not surprisingly, Noah opens the ad with the words: "Apparently this is my first ever TV commercial."

The little charmer plays with dogs and speaks confidently into the microphone as he extols the virtues of the pet food - with a little help from his favourite word.

He goes on: "Apparently Freshpet food is the best food than ordinary dog food [sic].

"He wants to eat it every night, every day. Apparently now that's good food!"

He adds: "Just call the Apparently Kid when you see this commercial. Bye and apparently!"

And the video has proved to be just as big a hit as Noah's first TV appearance, attracting nearly three million views on You Tube.

Watch his commercial here. Story continues after video...

Noah won worldwide affection after giving a hilarious interview with WNEP at the Wayne County Fair in August and was later invited to appear on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.

In the WNEP video, a newscaster was seen approaching him on the opening day of the fair in Honesdale and asking him what he thought of a new ride.

Noah said into the microphone: "It was great and apparently I've never been on live television but apparently sometimes I don't watch the news because I'm a kid and apparently every time Grandpa just gives me the remote I have to watch the Powerball."

The news reporter pushed him further, asking him again for his view on the ride.

Noah replied: "Well, it was great because apparently you're spinning around and apparently every time you get dizzy, that's all you do is get dizzy.

"I've never ever been on live television."

Noah used the word 'apparently' no less than eight times during the one-and-a-half-minute interview, and repeated that he had never been on live television three times.