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Pia is of Old Greek and Latin origin. It is used mainly inDutch, English, Greek, Italian, Polish,Scandinavian, French, and German. Latin origin, English, French, German, and Italian use: Biblical name derived from the word pius with the meaning 'pious, godly, honorable'. The name is frequently found in Italy andScandinavia, and has recently beenintroduced to English speakers.
Pia name is frequently found in Italy and Scandinavia, and has recently been introduced to English speakers.
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is a television newscaster and journalist in the Philippines. She is currently a co-anchor of Q's afternoon newscast, Balitanghali with Raffy Tima and host of a weekly children's show, Art Angel on GMA Network. She is married to ABC Sports commentator, Mico Halili. She is also a part of 24 Oras Weekend Edition with fellow news anchor Jiggy Manicad.
is a Danish singer, best known internationally for her participation in the 1966 Eurovision Song Contest. Ulla Pia started her career as a vocalist with bands and orchestras in Copenhagen. In the mid 1960s she was singing with jazz musician Finn Ziegler, and it was suggested in 1966 that she enter a song in the Danish Eurovision selection, Dansk Melodi Grand Prix. She performed the song "Stop - mens legen er go'" ("Stop, While the Going's Good"), and to her surprise, emerged the clear winner. Ulla Pia stated in a recent interview that she had assumed that one of her better-known competitors (such as Dario Campeotto or Gustav Winckler) would win, and her victory came as a shock to her. Ulla Pia went forward to the eleventh Eurovision Song Contest, held on 5 March in Luxembourg City, where "Stop - mens legen er go'" could manage only 14th place of the 18 entries, despite an engaging performance in which Ulla Pia was joined on stage, unusually for the time, by two dancers. It would prove to be Denmark's last Eurovision appearance for over a decade, as broadcaster DR withdrew from the competition in 1967, and would not return until 1978.