When I Was 17

MTV – Weekdays from Monday 16 January, 4.30pm

Ever wonder what your favourite celebrity was like as a teenager? In this funny and enlightening series, each episode will focus on the lives of three uniquely different celebrities. We’ll explore their family life, friendships, romantic relationships, part-time jobs and the things they did, or didn’t do, to get them to where they are today. “When I Was 17” is an instant nostalgia trip looking back at pop culture from the year each star was 17, as they reminisce about their favourite music, movies and TV shows growing up.

MTV – Tuesdays from 24 May, 10pm

Ever wonder what your favourite celebrity was like as a teenager? What they did differently to get where they are today? And what they did the same? In MTV’s When I Was 17 each episode will focus on the lives of three uniquely different celebrities. The series will give MTV viewers an exciting look inside the world of your favourite stars BUT with a twist – it will provide a rare look at their lives before they were famous.

Premieres Monday 31st January @ 9.30PM

Ever wondered what your favorite celebrity was like when they were a teenager? Were they a geek, a virgin, an athlete or superstar already? This poignant, funny, enlightening show features the lives of three celebrities each episode. It strips away the years exposing their upbringing, family life, school days, friendships, romantic relationships, part-time jobs and the things they did to get them where they are today.

The first episode kicks off with… Perez Hilton, Khloe Kardashian and Trey Songz.

MTV – Monday 31 January, 9.30pm

Ever wonder what your favourite celebrity was like as a teenager? What did they do differently than you to get where they are? And what did they do the same? In this poignant, sometimes funny, often enlightening, always inspiring new show, each episode will focus on the lives of three uniquely different artists. We’ll explore their upbringing, family life, school days, friendships, romantic relationships, part-time jobs and the things they did, or didn’t do, to get them to where they are today.