Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry reportedly enjoyed some "aggressive flirting" at a Golden Globes after-party.

The annual awards ceremony took place in Los Angeles on Sunday (10Jan16) evening, after which the hottest ticket in town was Harvey Weinstein's post-awards bash. Actor Orlando and singer Katy both attended and were widely rumoured to have eyes on each other, with new claims they made no secret of their mutual interest.

"Katy and Orlando were standing in the back of the party drinking Moët and were aggressively flirting before leaving together,” an insider told New York Post. “She was very flirty and laid on the charm.”

Us Weekly had previously reported the pair's flirty display, with an insider stating Orlando touched the small of Katy's back as they chatted and kept whispering into her ear. They were also seen laughing and joking over Katy's phone as she entered something into it.

The pair was far from being the only stars at the famed Hollywood boss' annual bash. Also in attendance were Jamie Foxx, Heidi Klum, Selena Gomez, Helen Mirren, Quentin Tarantino and Morgan Freeman.

Another after-party was held at the Sunset Tower, and this one boasted guests including Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Leonardo picked up the best drama actor gong for his role in The Revenant, but people were more interested in his reaction to Lady Gaga's Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie win for her role in American Horror Story: Hotel. He was seen giggling as she brushed past him on his way to the stage, but later claimed he just didn't realise what had touched his arm. There were apparently no hard feelings at the party, as the pair spent time together.

"They had a big laugh about the whole thing,” another insider said.

Taraji P. Henson chose to let her hair down at two events following her Best Actress in a TV Series - Drama win for her role as Cookie in Empire. She went to parties held by Fox/FX and InStyle/Warner Bros, and left them in style.

"There was a private jet waiting for the cast of Empire," a source told New York Post. “So once they were done with Taraji’s celebration, everyone was able to get back to Chicago to start filming first thing on Monday.”