No Kanye West, Taylor Swift duet at VMAs

Exec producer hopes to move on from last year's debacle

For those tuning in to the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, don't count on a Kanye West and Taylor Swift duet.

In an interview with the Associated Press, VMAs executive producer Jesse Ignjatovic flatly denied any speculation that there would be a performance with the two musicians.

One year ago, West had interrupted Swift's acceptance speech for best female video to declare that Beyonce was the rightful winner.

"The beautiful thing about Kanye is he's not one to repeat himself," Ignjatovic said.

West, who is scheduled to perform at the awards ceremony, recently penned a song for Swift, and took to the Internet to apologize to the country singer.

He said via Twitter, "I wrote a song for Taylor Swift that's so beautiful and I want her to have it. If she won't take it then I'll perform it for her."

The rapper also tweeted about his disdain for award shows and his reputation.

Swift, who is again nominated in the best female video category, is not confirmed to attend this year's event.