Sean Penn's Daughter Dylan on His Relationship With Madonna: 'They're Just Really Good Friends'

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Sean Penn and his ex-wife Madonna
have been sparking romance rumors in recent weeks after the two were spotted together on several occasions, but there's been no official word on what the current status of their relationship is.

Dylan Penn, Sean’s 24-year-old daughter from his marriage to actress Robin Wright, opened up to ET about her father and the Rebel Heart singer.

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"I think he just really admires her work," Dylan explained to ET on Monday while promoting her upcoming feature film debut, The Condemned. "They're just really good friends and [I think] it's sweet that they can have this relationship."

Sean and Madonna's divorce in 1989 was anything but amicable. However, 26 years later, it appears they could not be friendlier -- the two-time Oscar winner was recently spotted at one of Madonna’s concerts.

While Dylan says she appreciates her dad's friendship with Madonna, she admits that meeting the 57-year-old pop star was strange.

"It was kind of surreal to meet her," Dylan said. "Like, my Dad's ex-lover."

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Madonna's marriage to Sean came to a tumultuous end more than two decades ago after accusations of domestic abuse. In 2000, Madonna tied the knot with director Guy Ritchie, but they divorced less than a decade later.

Meanwhile, Sean wed Robin Wright in 1996 before they split up in 2010. Aside from Dylan, the couple also share a son, 22-year-old Hopper Jack Penn. And in May, Sean and his former fiancée, Charlize Theron, called it quits.

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The Condemned hits theaters Nov. 13.

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