U.S. goalkeeper for the Women's Soccer World Cup Hope Solo gives an interview as the team arrives in New York (REUTERS/Brendan McDermid)


Despite a World Cup loss to Japan on Sunday, the U.S. Women's World Cup team returned to scores of waiting fans.

Days after the big game, the team remains in the media spotlight with countless appearances on ESPN, late show antics on Dave Letterman, and a host of TV interviews.

Hope Solo seems to have stolen much of the post-World Cup spotlight and she was spotted at the Entourage season premiere in New York City on Tuesday with fellow teammate Alex Morgan. Morgan, a 22-year-old forward, and Solo, the veteran goalie, were invited by Jeremy Piven himself.

Solo emerged as one of the U.S. women's biggest stars after leading the team past Brazil in penalty kicks in its quarterfinal matchup. Morgan, meanwhile, scored crucial goals off the bench in both the semifinals and the final.

Have a look at the two soccer stars out of their jerseys and dolled up for the red carpet: