"Apparently sometimes I don't watch the news. ... Apparently grandpa just gives me the remote after we watch the powerball."
Yeah, we're never gonna be that good at reporting.
The video got more than 3 million views in just a few days.
5-year-old Noah Ritter told "GMA" he loves being a celeb...
"It is so great because I've really never had any people like me." (laughs)
Aw. And remember Noah's grandpa? Turns out he had some influence against Michael Strahan's former team.
"I used to like the Giants but my grandfather brainwashed me into liking the Steelers." (laughs)
But Noah said despite his newfound fame, he has no desire to pursue broadcast. He told "GMA" what he does want to be when he grows up — the entire sit-down is worth a watch, and you should definitely see WNEP's original video if you haven't.
The Scranton Times-Tribune spoke with his grandfather, who said the family has gotten hundreds of calls for interview requests from Ellen DeGeneres, Jimmy Kimmel and many more. He also gave a little more explanation about Noah's use of the word "apparently."
"When he has nothing else to say, he says 'apparently.'"
We're all on board, Noah. Apparent — no. Obviously. We'll say obviously.