Khloe Kardashian on Lamar Odom Divorce: "I'm Going Through It, But I'm Not Through It"

Celebrity News Mar. 18, 2014 AT 4:30PM
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards Khloe Kardashian opened up about her divorce from Lamar Odom during a radio interview with Australia's 2Day FM on Tuesday, March 18 -- see what she had to say Credit: Gregg DeGuire/PictureGroup

Her marriage may be over, but the pain from it isn't. Khloe Kardashian opened up about her divorce from Lamar Odom during a radio interview with Australia's 2Day FM "Breakfast With the Stars" on Tuesday, March 17. The reality star filed for divorce from the athlete back in December 2013, but admitted that it's been a process ever since.

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"It's definitely not anything I'm through," the 29-year-old said. "I'm going through it, but I'm not through it."

She also has had to relive it. On March 9, the mid-season finale of Keeping Up With the Kardashians shared the time her family members staged an intervention to speak with her about her unraveling marriage to Odom, 34. (As exclusively reported on March 15, Odom has quit the Spanish basketball team Laboral Kutxa and has moved back to the states after suffering an injury.)

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"It's really hard to watch yourself on TV. It's definitely different in that the world has to watch, too," Kardashian explained on the radio show. "It's definitely not the easiest thing to do, but it's what my life is."

Luckily for her, however, she's had a supportive team behind her for years. "I have the same friends that I've had for 15 years. I think also, just by having each other, as soon as one of us gets a big head, we shoot the other one down," she said of living in the public eye. "That's the beauty about having brothers and sisters. I just don't believe the hype."

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"It's easy to get lost in this. It's easy to get lost in all the hype and to have all these 'yes men' around you," she continued. "But because we're all doing it together, it's a really rare scenario. Most families aren't all in the public eye as we are. It works as a blessing. It works in our favor."

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