Michael Bublé Just Referenced 'The Office' In A TikTok About Parenting & It's Spot On

Parenting advice courtesy of Dwight Schrute.

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Michael Bublé Just Referenced 'The Office' In A TikTok About Parenting & It's Spot On

A recent TikTok video from Michael Bublé has shed some insight into his parenting techniques.

The dad of three posted a video on Tuesday, November 16 of him and his wife Luisana Lopilato coming to an agreement on what to do about their little ones.

@michaelbuble

My first tik tok with @lulopilato ❤️❤️❤️ #Doyouwanttoformanalliance #fyp #parents

"When your children outnumber you," the video reads.

Bublé then mouthed along to a famous scene fromThe Office between Dwight Schrute and Jim Halpert.

"Do you want to form an alliance with me?" Bublé said in the voice of Dwight Schrute.

"Absolutely I do," Lopilato responded as Halpert.

This is the first-ever TikTok Bublé has posted featuring his wife, but he's been active on the social media account in the past.

Back in September, the singer posted a video hyperventilating and ranting over his pal Ryan Reynolds doing the "Grace Kelly" trend and sounding, well, pretty damn good at it.

@michaelbuble

It’s taken me a solid week to process this discovery @Ryan Reynolds … and Thanks a lot @TikTok! #ryanreynolds #willferrell

"So last week we found out that Ryan Reynolds can sing, too," he said in the video.

He went on to say that singing is "his thing" before tossing a pillow across the room and complaining about the fact that Reynolds is not only "ripped with muscles" but can also apparently carry a tune.

Reynolds also has a TikTok account where he recently jokingly revealed "the trick" to punching Dwayne Johnson in the head and how to survive the aftermath of the situation.

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