Like West’s appearance on the previous night’s debut of “The Jay Leno Show,” Swift’s sit-down with the ladies of “The View” was scheduled before Sunday night’s MTV VMA awards.

In case you’ve been clinically dead for the past 48 hours, Swift won the VMA female video of the year award, but her acceptance speech was interrupted when West took the stage, grabbed the mic out of her hands and said Beyoncé should have won the award instead.

If West thought he would raise his own public profile by grandstanding Swift’s VMA victory, well, there is that old proverb that says you should be careful about what you wish for. West’s idiocy has been at the top of the news cycles since Sunday, and some radio stations are reported to have ceased playing his songs.

During West’s appearance on “The Jay Leno Show” he made his third apology since the VMAs, saying he’d like to apologize to Swift personally, but hadn’t been able to reach her.

Swift confirmed the missed connection during her appearance this morning on “The View.”

“He has not personally reached out or anything but if he wanted to say hi (I would),” Swift said.

No one is commenting on whether West is a regular viewer of “The View” or if he just happened to tune in. Either way, the ABC talk show released a statement indicating West had finally contacted Swift.

“After the show he spoke personally to the country music superstar via telephone and has apologized to the 19-year-old singer. She has accepted Mr. West’s apology. The contents of the phone call are to remain private,” the statement read.

That ups West’s apology count to four. The first was Sunday night after the VMAs when the singer apologized via his blog. The second time was Monday morning when he issued a statement. The third-time-not-yet-a-charm moment occurred on “The Jay Leno Show” and no. 4 is the next day’s phone call to Swift at “The View.”

Hmmm…. West apologizes to Swift. Swift accepts apology. Now, can we all move on? Like to this week’s remaining “Scheduled To Appear” listings?

Tuesday, Sept. 15
Queen Latifah – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”
Randy and Jason Sklar, Guy Branum – “Chelsea Lately”
Phoenix – “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”
– “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Kelly Clarkson – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
Metric – “Last Call with Carson Daly”

Wednesday, Sept. 16
Dave Matthews Band – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”
Jeff Wild, Whitney Cummings – “Chelsea Lately”
Robin Williams (guest), Miley Cyrus (featured segment) – “The Jay Leno Show”
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”
Q-Tip – “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Pink – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
Pete Yorn – “Last Call with Carson Daly”

Thursday, Sept. 17
Maxwell – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”
Josh Wolf, Jen Kirkman, Jo Koy – “Chelsea Lately”
Bruce Hornsby, Eric Clapton (featured segment) – “The Jay Leno Show”
“America’s Got Talent” winner – “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”
Megadeth – “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Emily Wells – “Last Call with Carson Daly”

Friday, Sept. 18
Colbie Caillat – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”
Kevin Hart, Renee Gauthier, Josh Wolf – “Chelsea Lately”
Nelly Furtado – “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”
Keri Hilson – “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Shakira – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”