When asked what was his favorite moment of the night, Jay-Z hinted it could be one of the performers that took part in the tribute to the late King of Pop.
"I thought the Michael Jackson tribute was fantastic and I thought Usher was doing a magnificent job," Jay-Z told Billy. "I think he's… He's one of the guys that's in line to, you know, fill those huge shoes."
But while he thinks Usher has the talent, Jay-Z told Billy he didn't want to put any undue stress on his pal.
"I don't wanna put that pressure on him, but I think he's one of the guy's that's in line to do that," Jay-Z added.
When asked about his own wife's stunning performance at the Grammys – a performance that saw Beyonce singing a little Alanis Morisette ("You Oughta Know") and her own song ("If I Were A Boy"), Jay-Z said she is so impressive all the time, a person could get used to it.
"Oh fantastic, but she… It's almost to a point where you just, you know, you're almost numb to it because she's so magnificent every single time out," he said.
"They had a nice shot of you right after she performed and you were just proud," Billy said.
"I'm a fan, you know, I'm a fan. I'm here as a fan as well," Jay-Z added.
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