WATCH: Michael Bublé Debuts Video For 'Nobody But Me'

Canadian crooner Michael Bublé goes retro in the video for his new song "Nobody But Me," which debuted on Tuesday.

The video is inspired by the '60s and '70s The Dating Game and showcases the singer's sense of humour as he portrays all three eligible bachelors. 

Bublé dons a curly wig, bushy sideburns and bell-bottom trousers; plays a beret-wearing French man; and appears as a bespectacled nerd in the video, in which the contestant asks questions like, "If I were a carrot, what would you do with me?"

The scenes are interspersed with Bublé performing the song with a band and appearances by Black Thought of The Roots.

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"Nobody But Me" is the title track from Bublé's new album, which comes out Oct. 21. The father of two co-wrote the song with Alan Chang, Bryan Lipps, Erik Kertes and Jason Goldman.

The album was recorded in Los Angeles and Bublé's hometown, Vancouver.