Watch: Olivia Dunne Takes on ‘The Office’ in Latest Hilarious TikTok

The college gymnast spoofed the famed sitcom in a recent social post.
Olivia Dunne

Olivia Dunne.

Olivia Dunne may be a Division I athlete and social media superstar, but she’s proved her relatability in a recent TikTok: she, like many of us, is a fan of The Office.

In a clip posted Thursday, the video began with Dunne lying on the floor with her chin in her hand.

“Wait, wait, wait, that’s actually a really good idea, Kelly,” Office character Jim Halpert said to the show’s Kelly Kapoor, played by Mindy Kaling.

“What did I say?” Dunne mouthed along to the sound of Kapoor’s response.

In true Office fashion, the clip then cut to Dunne sitting up against a wall in a talking head-style interview format. The LSU Tiger wore a black tank top and athletic bottoms with her blonde hair loosely cascading over her shoulders.

“I talk a lot, so I’ve learned to just tune myself out,” she finished.

“Kelly is real for this," Dunne wrote in the caption of the post she shared with her 7.2 million followers on the platform.

The college athlete’s clip racked up more than 135,000 likes and over 1,000 comments in just one day. Many of the responses were from Dunne’s young male fan base, who promised to listen to her.

“I feel like your irl personality is a lot like Kelly’s,” one person wrote.

“i won’t tune you out” quipped someone else.

“I’ll listen to all your conversations,” another person added.

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