Khloe Kardashian Says Lamar Odom Is 'Off Of All Machines,' Still Has A Long Road Ahead
Khloe Kardashian just released her memoir, Strong Looks Better Naked, and the reality star is starting to make certain press appearances for her new book. Kardashian canceled her book tour after her estranged husband, Lamar Odom, was hospitalized in October.
"Every day is better. He's off of all machines that ... he is alive on his own, and no machines are helping him, which is great. But, he still has a lot of physical and cognitive therapy to go through, so it’s a long road for him," said Kardashian.
Though she admits some days are better than others, Kardashian told Seymour that Odom will be able to leave the hospital as soon as he can walk.
"When he can support himself on his own, or physically try to walk better on his own or at least with an assistance, with, like, a walker, then he will probably leave the hospital and do a lot of cognitive and mental strengthening."
During Odom's health ordeal, it was discovered that Kardashian and the former NBA player were still married. Kardashian later called off the divorce, but that doesn't mean she's getting back with Odom.
"Even if he was 100 percent better, he has a lot of other issues he has to deal with, I think, before taking on any relationship," said Kardashian in an interview with Entertainment Tonight at her book signing on Monday.
On Sunday night, Kardashian was was seen with Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden -- who she began dating in July.