Aubrey O'Day, Nick Cannon, Donald Trump Look Back On 'When I Was 17'

'I was very scared of boys,' former Danity Kane singer recalls of her high school days.

At 17, Nick Cannon and Donald Trump dreamed big, not surprisingly, and Aubrey O'Day was disgusted by sex, surprisingly. When you're a teenager, sometimes you see the world a little differently. On this week's episode of "When I Was 17," these three stars all reveal what that period was like for them.

O'Day admits that she was still a virgin at 17 and actually wasn't very comfortable with the idea of sex. "I was very scared of boys. I was very insecure about my body and I thought anything sexual was disgusting," she said. "I'd get, like, creeped out if I even heard my friends talking about it, and all my friends were having sex. And I was just the one that didn't ever have a boyfriend. People probably thought I was a lesbian."

Meanwhile, Cannon wanted to help out at home by getting an after-school job, but he was really more focused on being funny, which is probably a good thing since his humor is what eventually found him fame and fortune. "My mother made me get a job at, like, Wienerschnitzel," he recalls in the episode. "[It was a job] just to kind of help ends meet. ... I ended up getting fired because I was playing on the intercom system at the drive-thru, telling jokes."

Cannon dreamed of being a comic, but Donald Trump just wanted to play baseball in the big leagues. "I was captain of the baseball team," Trump explained. "I was supposed to be a professional baseball player. Fortunately, I decided to go into real estate instead. I played first base and I also played catcher. I was a good hitter. I just had a good time."

"When I Was 17" — this week featuring Donald Trump, Nick Cannon and Aubrey O'Day — airs Saturday at 11 a.m. on MTV.

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