Kardashian's attorney, Laura Wasser, asked to withdraw the 31-year-old reality star's petition for divorce earlier in the day. The judge granted the request, and Kardashian and the 35-year-old former NBA star will remain married.
The estranged couple had signed the divorce papers in July, over a year and a half after Kardashian first filed to end their marriage. The news follows Odom's recent health scare -- the basketball player was hospitalized after being found unconscious Oct. 13 in a legal Las Vegas, Nev., brothel.
"It's a beautiful thing," Kardashian's ex-boyfriend, French Montana, told the New York Daily News of the reality star's presence at Odom's bedside. "I feel like once somebody's going through a critical condition, I feel like people should step up to the plate to help."
Odom was in a coma for several days and remains hospitalized, but was conscious and responsive as of Friday. He and Kardashian married after a month of dating in September 2009, and filmed their wedding for Keeping Up with the Kardashians.