Uh-oh — is country music's favorite bromance in trouble? Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton took a jab at each other on the streets of Los Angeles recently, but those smiles tell us it's all in good fun.

On Saturday night (Feb. 13) Shelton was leaving Beverly Hills restaurant Mastro's when TMZ caught up with him to ask who he hoped to be sitting next to at the Grammys. He seemed to be annoyed with the uninvited question, but gave the response: "Luke Bryan, but he never gets nominated." Ouch!

Now fast forward to the very next day, Valentine's Day, at the same exact restaurant. Bryan was leaving hand-in-hand with his wife, Caroline, when TMZ bombarded him to get a response from the Shelton jab.

It's easy to see how Shelton's words could hurt Bryan, but back-to-back CMA Entertainer of the Year Awards probably makes the healing process a little easier.

"Blake's a terrible person," Bryan responded. The paparazzi proceeded to make the comment that it seems like everyone in country music seems to get along, which Bryan had the perfect sarcastic response to: "Yeah, it seems like it."

As the "Home Alone Tonight" singer made his way to his car, the reporter had one last question he was begging for an answer to: Who would Bryan like to sit next to at the Grammys?

"She's right here," he responded acknowledging his bride who was already sliding into the car. Awwwww!

Shelton is nominated for Best Country Duo / Group Performance with his single "Lonely Tonight," featuring Ashley Monroe. The 2016 Grammy Awards air on Feb. 15 at 8PM ET on CBS.

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