There's no denying Khloé Kardashian has been through the wringer when it comes to her dating life. Not only did she have to live through the Tristan Thompson cheating scandal when it really happened, but she also had to go through it all again when Keeping Up With The Kardashians covered the Jordyn Woods situation after the fact.
Now it looks like Khloé is finally ready to start dating again, that's if her Instagram is anything to go by.
"Wise men say, only fools rush in", she posted to Instagram, alongside the caption: "but I can't help falling in love with you."
But many were quick to point out that just because Khloé posted some Elvis Presley lyrics doesn't mean she's actually dating (or even thinking about it). She could simply just like the song.
One person that is hoping Khloé moves on is Scott Disick, who is reportedly "tired" of her getting "burned" so many times by men. Sources say that Disick and Khloé have always been close and that he, along with many other family members, hoped that she and Tristan could work it out since they have a child together.
"He's always looked at Khloé as a sister and he’s seen her been burned by men over the years and he hates that for her," a source close to the famous family told Us Weekly. "Everyone had hoped that with Tristan being the father of her daughter, it would work out."
The most recent KUWTK episode dove head first into the scandal that broke earlier this year, which saw Kylie Jenner's best friend Jordyn Woods make-out with Khloé's NBA player beau and father of her daughter, True Thompson. Sisters Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian were shocked by the news, especially considering Woods' involvement.
“Tristan… we’ve all known what he’s capable of — look what he did when I was nine months pregnant” Khloe told her sisters Kim Kardashian and Kylie, referring to the first time he cheated on her days before she was due to give birth to their now one-year-old daughter, True. “But I knew who he was, I never, in a million years, thought that’s who she was,” she said, referencing Woods.