Ed Helms, The Office and Josh Groban
Apparently music runs in the Bernard family.
The Office has cast singer Josh Groban to play the brother of a cappella lover and Dunder Mifflin employee Andy Bernard (Ed Helms), Deadline reports.
Groban, 30, slyly confirmed the news, tweeting: "The cast and crew of The Office are the coolest ever. #allimgonnasay."
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