by popular demand

by popular demand

Due to a lot of interest (in something). Here are your menus—you'll see that some of our special dishes from last summer are back by popular demand.
See also: demand, popular

by popular deˈmand

because a lot of people have asked for something: By popular demand, the play will run for another week.
See also: demand, popular
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They are part of Kurt Geiger'sell-out Fashionistas range, from two seasons ago, now back by popular demand from shoe fans.
Last year, Brighouse-based Rachel Crisp, 17, one of the top up-and-coming sopranos in the country, thrilled the audience and returns by popular demand.
A series of artists are booked including Martin Nesbitt and Ian Swinburne this Sunday and, back by popular demand on October 26, Ruby - Donna Brogan and Hannah, with support by the Mentulls.
By popular demand the frames are semi-rimless and some have a slightly rounder and bigger shape than what is usual for the Iris series.
Also playing is London's Suga Ray O'Riordan and Coventry's Kristy Gallacher (right), back by popular demand.
A SINGER who has such a great reputation that he was chosen by David and Victoria Beckham to sing at their glamourous showbiz wedding is to return to Bromsgrove by popular demand.
Jeffrey Biegel's ``Christmas in a Minute'' and the ``Twelve Days of Christmas'' by Craig Courtney will return by popular demand.
Back by popular demand will be several polyurethane educational training programs, according to the API, including, "Introduction to polyurethane chemistry and technology"; "Overview of markets and applications"; and "Testing specifications and performance: The myth and the magic.
An adaptation of Romeo and Juliet will be staged on Monday, January 23, and Tuesday, January 24 and, back by popular demand, The Nutcracker will run from Wednesday, January 25 to Saturday, January 28.
In the 1990s, the pressure to meet targets, expand audiences, and attract alternative funding increased steadily, the logic being that art must be legitimized by popular demand, by the market.
The dinner continues by popular demand and is a great opportunity for enjoying a fine meal and meeting division colleagues.
If you were a kid in the 70s (like most of the Celebs team), you were probably a fan of the chewy-centred bars with their chocolate coating, and now theyOre back by popular demand.