STRATFORD, Conn. — Nate Seltzer, a 5-year-old geography genius from Stratford, may have met his match in a return appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
In a behind-the-scenes clip, Nate meets another 5-year-old expert, Brielle Milla, a girl from Salinas, Calif., who loves the periodic table of the elements.
The memorable meeting of the kid experts, which was broadcast on Thursday, March 23, can be watched above or on YouTube.
Last week on "Ellen," Nate wowed the crowd with his encyclopedic knowledge of geography and his joke about Donald Trump.
Nate, who is obsessed with maps and geography, appeared on the show and the video (above) has nearly 2.3 million views on YouTube.
To cheers from the crowd, Nate revealed his favorite state, correctly identified a series of countries and flags from flash cards, and explained his hand-drawn map of the world and why he placed the president inside a certain country. ("It's really funny," Nate whispers to Ellen.)
At the end of his appearance, Nate gets a special geography-themed gift from Ellen.
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