Wie on '60 Minutes' tonight
Michelle Wie tees it up again, this time on "60 Minutes," which will be aired tonight at 6 p.m. on KGMB (Channel 9).
The 16-year-old Punahou School junior talks about the challenges of dealing with the media, collecting million-dollar paychecks and trying to stay grounded as a teen.
It will be Wie's second appearance on the show. She appeared two years ago.
Among Wie's responses during an interview with correspondent Steve Kroft:
"Entourage? That's funny. But ... I'm very glad for all the new members of the team. It feels nice to have people that you can trust around you."
"A lot of my fans will recognize that I'm still a full-time student. I still have a lot of other things that I have to do."
"I have a math test tomorrow that I haven't studied for at all. ..."
"I got 15 points wrong. So I made it on the number. ... (I was) really nervous."
"They're OK, but I kind of panic sometimes. It's not very good. I have to get better on that."
"I always fantasize with me being on my own, traveling by myself ... being independent. But then the reality sinks in that I never booked a hotel room by myself. I've never bought a plane ticket. I barely know how to do laundry. I can't cook. I almost cannot microwave stuff. I mean, it's pathetic!"