Taylor Swift appeared Tuesday on ABC's The View to say she would accept an apology from Kanye West after his outburst at the MTV VMA Awards.
Swift, who was interrupted during her acceptance speech at the VMA's by the rapper, said she would accept an apology from him though West has not personally reach out to her, she said. The country singer who won the award for Best Female Video said that the encouragement from people back stage, other artists and her fans helped her get through the incident.
West apologized in public last night.Watch Kanye West's public apology to Swift on the Jay Leno Show Monday night.
I'm not gonna say that I wasn't rattled by it, but I had to perform live five minutes later so I had to get myself back to the place where I could perform, Swift told the hosts of the show.
Swift, 19 was the first country artist ever to win a VMA Award.
Watch Swift's interview on ABC's The View below: