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Ronald is talking with Anthony. All of a sudden, Kenneth runs over here and says

"sorry to interrupt, the boss just gave a job to Anthony which is quite urgent"

or

"sorry for interrupting, ..."

which one should Kenneth say?

Ngram Viewer shows both are common.

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What are the differences between "sorry to keep you waiting" and "sorry for keeping you waiting."? gives a nuanced difference in context. How about the example of Kenneth?

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