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Sean Penn to join Madonna on tour in Europe?

Published 19/10/2015

Sean Penn
Sean Penn

Sean Penn and his ex-wife Madonna are allegedly getting closer, with the actor even thought to be following her as she tours the world.

Sean Penn could reportedly be following Madonna to Europe on her Rebel Hearts Tour, as sources claim they are reigniting their romance.

The two stars were married between 1985 and 1989, but there is speculation they could be reconnecting. Sean was spotted at Madonna's concert in Vancouver on 14 October (15), where he watched lovingly as she performed. He sat next to comedienne Amy Schumer, who is good friends with the singer.

And now Radar Online claims there could be a chance for the pair as he allegedly plans to continue supporting her during her tour, potentially even joining her in Europe. She's scheduled to play in Germany first, with a gig in Cologne on 4 November (15). Other European destinations on her list include Italy, Spain and France.

Following his split from Madonna, Sean started a relationship with actress Robin Wright and went on to have two children, Dylan and Hopper, with her. They separated in 1995 but then reunited and eventually wed in 1996. Their divorce was finalised in 2010.

A relationship with long-time friend Charlize Theron followed in 2013, with reports they were engaged coming a year later. Their romance abruptly ended in June (15) and it seems Sean is leaning on his exes following the breakup, as there were also reports he'd been reconnecting with Robin, who ended her engagement to Ben Foster in August (15). She'd been with actor Ben since 2012 and engaged since the beginning of 2014.

“Sean and Robin are talking every day right now,” an insider told Radar Online previously.

“They’re both going through heartbreaks and they’re leaning on each other for support. It’s very clear he’s making a bid to win her back.”

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