It's been a long time coming.
Court records show that Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have now both signed the legal documents, which were filed on Friday, that will officially end their marriage. However, the status is still pending until the judge has signed the documents.
Khloe originally filed for divorce all the way back in December 2013. She initially filed the paperwork, but when 35-year-old Lamar refused to respond, the 31-year-old reality star was forced to seek a default judgment. In April, the judge threatened to dismiss the divorce case if she didn't complete paperwork to finalize her split from the former NBA star.
Khloe and Lamar married in September 2009, after meeting just one month earlier. In a Keeping Up With the Kardashians episode in July 2014, Khloe accused her ex of cheating on her. "Let me tell you something -- last year on my birthday, I lied to everyone, because I had to lie and say I was with my husband, when in fact my husband was missing with another girl, OK?" she told her sister Kourtney. "And I lied, and I gave up my Beyonce tickets to Kendall, that's how badly I was hiding. And I didn't have a birthday, I was alone, and lied to everyone."
Khloe has since moved on with her love life, and is reportedly now dating NBA star James Harden. The two were spotted showing some PDA in Las Vegas together earlier this month, and last week, she posted a pic of her and the 25-year-old Houston Rockets guard taking a spinning class together at Cycle House in West Hollywood, California.
In April, Khloe said her split from Lamar was a catalyst for her noticeable weight loss.
"When me and Lamar were having issues, I decided to channel my energy into working out ... if I went out with my girlfriends I would be hounded by paparazzi and made to feel more humiliated," she told Cosmo Body. "The gym was my only refuge. I could put music on and dance around with my girlfriends and be silly."
In May, ET caught up with celeb trainer Gunnar Peterson, who dished on how he and Khloe worked to achieve her incredible results. Watch below: