Kardashian, 31, and Odom, 35, are calling off their divorce, as the reality TV star's attorney Laura Wasser asked a judge Wednesday morning in court to withdraw the divorce petition before it gets signed. The judge reportedly dismissed the case as requested.
Odom and Kardashian inked the divorce papers in July but a judge never finalized it due to a file backlog, according to E! News.
Kardashian broke her silence Tuesday in regards to Odom's condition one week after he suffered an apparent drug overdose while partying at a Nevada brothel. Kardashian reportedly never left his side in the hospital -- both when he was in a coma for four days and while he's been on a slow path to recovery.
"This past week has been incredibly difficult. I am so thankful to family, friends and fans who have sent nothing but prayers and well wishes to Lamar... Incredible strides have been made. You can never be prepared for an experience like this... [But] God is great!! XOXO," Kardashian wrote on her website Tuesday morning.
The news of Kardashian and Odom's reconciliation doesn't come as a complete shock since Kardashian just decided to take a break from boyfriend James Harden so she can focus her full attention on Odom, Us reported.
An insider said Odom is becoming more coherent every day and continues to undergo extensive testing on his cognitive and motor functions, however, there is still no diagnosis.
The former Khloe & Lamar stars got married in 2009 after a very brief engagement. Kardashian filed for divorce four years later in December 2013 when reports circulated Odom was abusing drugs, but the proceedings dragged on -- seemingly because both parties were still in love with each other and didn't really want it to end.
"If I had my way I would still be married to Lamar," Kardashian confessed during a 2014 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. "Like even right now, today, I wish I was still married to him."