Lamar Odom has revealed his wife Khloe has given him a second chance and says the pair are ''unbreakable''.
The former basketball player has revealed the reality TV star has given him a second chance amid allegations he has cheated on her and has been dealing with an addiction to cocaine.
At the Inside Jokes Comedy Club in Los Angeles on Wednesday (30.10.13), Lamar told Us Weekly the pair have reconciled.
The 33-year-old said: ''We're wonderful. We're unbreakable. That's why I wear my wedding ring.
''It is a beautiful ring from a beautiful wife.''
The couple's relationship has reportedly been on the rocks for months amid allegations Lamar, 33, recently cheated on his wife of four years with several different women.
Although they went to Kanye West's concert in Los Angeles on Monday (28.10.13), marking the first time they have been spotted in public together in weeks.
It was previously reported that Khloe signed her divorce papers after a failed intervention with her husband last month, but was holding off on filing them because she didn't want to give up on their marriage.
The brunette beauty also changed her name on her Instagram and Twitter profiles by removing her last name Odom.
Lamar watched the comedy show in a VIP area with two other male friends and an eyewitness said before he left he had what appeared to be a serious conversation with Russell Simmons.
The hip-hop mogul clasped both of Lamar's hands in his and looked as though he was sharing advice.
When asked how he is personally doing, Lamar said: ''I'm good.''
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