"It was awkward, but there was no wine thrown," LeAnn says of the run-in. "I'll leave it at that." We suppose that's at least something.
Rumors had run rampant about heated words being exchanged when Brandi bumped into the couple at the trendy sushi restaurant on July 6. However, Brandi quickly took to Twitter that day to dispel those rumors.
"Just left Nobu Malibu with boys and friends — ran into boys' dad," she wrote. "The kids love us all together, so let's just stop all the BS."
"I was having dinner with seven friends when [Eddie] came in with a group," Brandi added. "We said hello — I didn't crash anyone's date and was nothing but polite."
We're glad that things were relatively civil that day, considering the thorny history that these three have had.
LeAnn also discussed the possibility that she and Eddie might get their own reality-type show.
"We have been in talks about a show... a unique show," LeAnn explains. "It wouldn't be like a strict reality show with cameras following us around... people think they know all about our lives."
So are you hoping this show makes it to the airwaves? We must admit that we would have trouble not tuning into an Eddie-LeAnn reality show.