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Tom Hiddleston is starting to begin again when it comes to his love life.

The newly-single actor seemed to find a bit of a love connection at an Emmy's afterparty with none other than "Baywatch" star Priyanka Chopra.

According to E!, the two were spotted "openly flirting with each other" at the Governors Ball following the ceremony.

"Tom had his arm around her and held her close. Afterwards, Tom and Priyanka talked closely and were holding hands at one point for a few moments," a source said. "Priyanka fixed Tom's bow-tie and then the two kissed on both cheeks."

E! goes on to say that Priyanka gave her phone to Tom who then gave his phone to her, and they swapped digits before embracing in a "long hug" and "several kisses on the cheek."

The source said, "Priyanka and Tom said goodbye and she told him that she will see him later. They left the event about a minute after each other."

Tom and Priyanka apparently hung out earlier in the weekend while rehearsing for the award's show - the two presented the award for Best Directing in a Limited Series. He even gave her a little twirl as they walked to the microphone.

He seems to find love at big events, doesn't he? The "Night Manager" actor struck up a romance with Taylor Swift after the two hung out at the Met Gala in May. Shortly after, he and Taylor struck up a three-month romance, that saw them taking trips to Nashville, London, Italy, Rhode Island and Australia. They split earlier this month.

Still, he maintains that there is no bad blood between him and the singer.

Asked by People magazine whether he and Taylor were still friends, he said, "Yes. Yes, we are."

Whether Tom and Priyanka turn into anything serious remains to be seen. If they do, it will be a first for her.

"I've never dated," she told Instyle in August 2016. "I've always been in relationships. You like someone, you court each other, you get into a relationship. You're answerable to each other."