leap on the bandwagon

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leap on the bandwagon

To join or follow something once it is successful or popular. I can't stand these people who just leap on the bandwagon after a win. Where were they last year when the team was terrible? A: "I thought your mom hated that candidate." B: "Well, he's the president now, so she just leaped on the bandwagon."
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Not so much a case of New Labour leaping on the bandwagon as the head girl jumping on the chuck wagon.
Systems integration is all the rage in Asia, and NTT appears to be leaping on the bandwagon uncharacteristically early.
So I was stunned at the indignation of rent-a-gob doctors and parental watchdogs, leaping on the bandwagon over a decision which wasn't taken lightly and came with the full backing of the obstetrician involved.