VIDEO: Champion Skater Johnny Weir Was A High School Nobody

Can you identify with being invisible at school but super popular (or at the very least, decently favored) outside of it, like at places such as summer camp? Back in the day, three-time U.S. National Champion figure skater Johnny Weir knew the frustration well. "I was traveling a lot while I was still attending public high school, [and] I'd get back from all these beautiful, worldly experiences and then I'd just be the kid that got made fun of because I was a lot smaller than everyone else," he shares with fans in the upcoming episode of "When I Was 17."

Check out the sneak peek to hear Johnny relive an embarrassing memory of getting tangled up in a bigger student's backpack, plus make sure to see the new episode (also featuring Jackson Rathbone and Keri Hilson) this Saturday at 11/10c.