Khloe Kardashian's ex has found happiness!
No, not Tristan Thompson, the other equally terrible one -- Lamar Odom.
Lamar, who was legally married to Khloe for seven years, has made it super known that he has moved on and has found love with new GF -- health and life coach Sabrina Parr!
The two began speculating romance rumors after TMZ captured videos of them making out in public, but it was pretty much confirmed later on after they decided to go Instagram official on us.
A source, however, quickly made a rather odd allegation against the new couple, telling People that whatever was going on between them was "fake."
"They are not dating," the source said. "There is nothing romantic going on with Sabrina and Lamar. It's fake."
But Odom, who has been extremely vocal about his "new woman" on social media, shut down the reports right away.
On Friday, the former NBA player sat down with his girlfriend for an interview with Dish Nation where he was asked about his new romance, as well as his highly publicized marriage to Khloe.
Odom was with the reality star from 2009 until 2016, though the two actually split three years earlier due to his partying habits, drug overdose, and insane (!!) amount of affairs, which he opened up about in his book "Darkness to Light".
But despite their continuous support and love for one another, it looks like that train has officially left the station.
During a "Rapid Fire" segment of the interview, Odom was asked about his feelings for the 35-year-old Kardashian.
"I've definitely moved on," he said.
(ok, but new girl was sitting right there so of course he had to say that, right?)
But when he was asked if the Kardashian family put him under a "spell" (lol) he reacted perfectly and with grace.
"Hell no," he said immediately. "I'm here and I'm alert. I'm present.
"I knew what I was getting myself into," he added. "They always did right by me."
The conversation moved away from Khloe because awkward... but he didn't hold anything back when it came to his current life with Parr.
"What makes this relationship different from previous relationships?" host Gary Hayes asked.
Odom said: "It's the truth. She's black."
"When a black woman comes along, ain't playing," Hayes joked, then Parr added, "Oh no, I was not playing at all."
"Yeah, she keeps it real," Odom gushed.
Hayes then went on to question Parr, asking her how on earth she was able to give Lamar " a chance", despite his rough past with sex and drug addiction, as well as his near-fatal overdose in 2015.
Odom spoke first and said "Sometimes pain, I think, attracts women. The pain I've been through."
But Parr had a different, more understandable answer.
"That wasn't my story, I wasn't attracted to the pain and the drama," she said.
"You have to meet people where they are."
"He was never in a position to be someone's husband, you know?" the life coach added.
"He was sick, he needed to heal, he neede to grieve. He experienced a lot of losses. And he never had time to go through that."
Well, it sounds like these two could actually be good for each other.
So... here's to a happy & healthy future for Lammy!