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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Khloe Kardashian says there is "no bad blood" between her and Lamar Odom

    Although Lamar cheated on Khloe extensively during their four-year marriage, Khloe put their divorce on hold and nursed him back to health following his overdose at a Nevada brothel in 2015


    And she has insisted that despite their split, she still believes he is an "incredible person".

    Speaking on the podcast 'Divore Sucks with Laura Wasser', Khloe said: "We speak every now and then. There's no issues. There's no bad blood. There's no anything.

    "It just didn't work out and I think he's an incredible person and I just want the best for him. But there's no negative anything."

    Khloe, 34, also opened up about why she paused the divorce while Lamar, 39, was recovering.

    She said: "He OD'ed during the divorce and I was his next of kin, even though it was still, the divorce was still — it was on the judge's desk. It was like two years, or like a year or two of us trying to get the divorce going and then this happened.

    "And then we paused the divorce, not for any romantic reasons but I wanted to be able to help take care of him and make sure that he would be okay again."

    Speaking about when Lamar emerged from his coma, Khloe said: "I remember he woke up and the first thing he said was, 'Hey babe'. I was like, 'Oh God. What year does he think this is?' I remember I was like, 'Oh no. What did I do?!' Because I was like, 'Does he know?' And then he went right back to sleep because he was in a coma, woke up, saw me and I might've put him back into a coma I don't know, he probably was terrified."

    Eva Mendes thinks motherhood is "the best".

    The 45-year-old actress has daughters Esmeralda, four, and Amada, two, with her partner Ryan Gosling and loves every second of raising her kids.

    She said: "Everything about motherhood is the best."

    However, the 'Place Beyond the Pines' star admitted caring for her daughters means she doesn't have as much time for herself as she used to.

    She told HELLO! magazine: "As a new mom, I heavily relied on concealer. And I no longer have the me-time I used to have, so I'm basically down to prioritising a few of my favourite beauty products."

    However, there are some treatments Eva still "indulges" in to keep looking good, though she believes beauty comes "from within".

    She revealed: "Beauty starts from within - and drink a ton of water. I like to indulge in laser and radio frequency treatments."

    And Eva "respects" the women who are able to prioritise themselves because of the lessons passed down from her own mother, Eva Perez Suarez.

    She said: "My mother grew up in the 1950s and would tell me a woman should never leave the house without her hair set and lipstick on and although I don't follow that completely, it's always there with me.

    "I respect women who make themselves a priority, women who take time to care for themselves first so that they can take care of those they love."

    The 'Ghost Rider' actress looks to nature to recentre herself and appreciate the "good" that is around her.

    She added: "I have to constantly remind myself to be true to who I am.

    "I often look to nature to find truth, it makes me grateful for the beauty in things all around and this helps me to feel replenished and appreciate all that is good."

    © 2019 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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