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WATCH: 5-year-old steals show during live TV interview

Noah Ritter, of Wilkes-Barre, Penn., stole the show Monday during a live interview at the county fair. (Photo: YouTube/WNEP-TV) Noah Ritter, of Wilkes-Barre, Penn., stole the show Monday during a live interview at the county fair. (Photo: YouTube/WNEP-TV)
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Apparently, this 5-year-old cutie has never been on live television before.

Noah Ritter, of Wilkes-Barre, Penn., stole the show Monday during a live interview at the county fair with WNEP. Some things we learned about Noah:

-Apparently, sometimes he doesn't watch the news because he's a kid.

-Apparently, he thought the rides at the fair were great.

-Apparently, he's never, ever been on live television before.

It's safe to say Noah has a bright future in TV.

On your phone? Watch here: http://youtu.be/rz5TGN7eUcM

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