LOS ANGELES – Will Kanye West get his Hugh Grant moment on Jay Leno's new show?
There was no plan for West to chat with the host after performing with Rihanna and Jay-Z on the debut of "The Jay Leno Show," NBC said Monday, a few hours before the program was scheduled to tape. It airs at 10 p.m. EDT Monday.
But the situation is fluid and could change, the network said.
Sitting down with Leno would give West the chance to apologize again for ruining Taylor Swift's moment at the MTV Video Music Awards — just as Grant got to make amends in a 1995 visit to Leno's "Tonight Show" after the actor was arrested with a prostitute.
West, who interrupted Swift's acceptance speech to argue that Beyonce deserved her award, has apologized on his blog.
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