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Kanye And Taylor’s Backstage Pow-Wow At The MTV VMAs

Submitted by on September 14, 2010 – 9:42 amOne Comment
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Apparently, the most exciting thing that happened during Sunday night’s Video Music Awards (I personally thought the show was a snorefest of epic proportions) didn’t take place onstage. Reportedly, when Kanye West found out Taylor Swift was going to perform “Innocent,” a song which addresses their now infamous run-in during last year’s VMAs, the hip-hop star reached out to the 20-year-old country singer to address the incident directly. An insider told US Magazine:

“Kanye got word she was going to do the song about him and wanted to talk it out…Taylor felt bad. They talked and everything is good between them now. But they promised to keep what they spoke about between them.”

Thank God and the Baby Jesus for that last part! As much as I love being in the middle of people’s business, I’m sick of this whole situation and need to keep hearing about it about as much as Heidi Montag needs another plastic surgery procedure. (SN: I wonder if her surgeon attached a “Keep Away From Heat” warning label anywhere on her body? With all that plastic, she’s bound to melt quicker than the Wicked Witch of the West! “I’m melting, melting!” LMAO!)

Anyway, in related news, US Magazine is also reporting that ‘Ye was initially booed when he took to the stage to perform his new song “Runaway” at the close of the show. Supposedly, although the boos weren’t loud enough for us to hear on our televisions at home, workers facilitating the show reacted swiftly to remedy the situation:

“Show runners quickly defused the situation by ushering a crowd of friendlier fans to drown out the boos with cheers. Indeed, by the end of the number, the crowd could be heard chanting ‘Kanye! Kanye! Kanye!’”

Now I will admit, when the incident occurred last year with Kanye and Taylor, I was extremely appalled by the brutish behavior displayed by ‘Ye, but at the end of the day, in the words of self-proclaimed D-Lister Kathy Griffin:

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