'Apparently' kid sensation talks his future in TV on 'GMA'

'Apparently' Kid Sensation Talks His Future In TV On 'GMA'
'Apparently' Kid Sensation Talks His Future In TV On 'GMA'

So the kid who made us want to quit our jobs as journalists was on "Good Morning America" Wednesday morning. You've seen the viral vid from Pennsylvania's WNEP.

During his appearance on 'GMA' this morning, the 5-year-old hilariously admitted to Strahan that he used to like the Giants but his grandfather 'brainwashed' him into rooting for the Steelers instead.

His television debut got more than 3 million views in just a few days -- and he told Strahan his thoughts on seeing himself on TV and his life as a celebrity.

"It is so great, because I've really never had any people like me," he told Michael Strahan.

Despite Noah's new-found fame, he has no desire to pursue broadcast.

"I think you could be a TV news reporter, Noah. Would you consider that as a profession when you grow up," Amy Robach asked.

"No, I'm being a paleontologist," Noah answered.

Yeah, you saw those dinosaurs in the background. "GMA'"s entire sit-down with Noah is worth a watch -- you've got to see what he tells Michael Strahan about which football team he likes -- and of course, you can get more of Noah in WNEP's ​hilarious original video.

Noah's interview from that local county fair has made for plenty of puns in headlines -- most of them about his future in live TV.

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,'" his grandfather said.

We're all on board, Noah. Apparent - no. Obviously. We'll say obviously.

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