Since Lamar Odom's Las Vegas hospitalization earlier this month, Khloe Kardashian and her family have been at the former NBA star's side. Nearly two weeks after he was first discovered unconscious at a Las Vegas-area brothel, a close Kardashian pal, Lance Bass, is opening up about just how supportive the reality TV family has been.
"They're doing good," the Radio Andy host told Us Weekly over the weekend. "I was just over at Kris' house the other day and — I mean, they put their lives on hold. I give it up to those girls. Love them or hate them, they really stepped up to the plate and saved his life. This is like [Kris'] son and it's really sad. He's improving daily, which is great. They have high hopes."
Last week, Lamar was moved to a facility in Los Angeles following a stay at the Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas. Since the health scare, Khloe has reportedly withdrew her divorce papers. "I mean, I'm not surprised," Lance said. "I think when anybody goes through some tragedy like that it's going to bring you closer. You could always tell that she was so madly in love with him this whole time, but he had this problem, just like Khloe saw an intervention."
Given everything he's been through the last few weeks, Lance hopes this serves as a wake-up call for the basketball player, who has battled addiction issues. "Hopefully, this is the last straw that is going to stop everything," he said. "Then, if he makes it and he comes out of this, he's going to change a lot of lives out there and save a lot of lives. I have a feeling he's going to really stay clean and really spread the message of living a sober life."