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In Australia, the song peaked at number three on the Australian Singles Chart.
It found more success in the United Kingdom, where it debuted at number two on the UK Singles Chart.
"Love at First Sight" received positive reviews from music critics.
Chris True from Allmusic was favorable towards the track saying "songs like 'Give It to Me' and 'Love at First Sight,' her maturity helps transcend this limiting tag, making this a very stylish Euro-flavored dance-pop record that will appeal to all ages." Alexis Petridis from The Guardian commented "Like Robbie Williams's songs, the tracks on Fever are big on easily digestible pop references.
In 2003, she performed the song on the one-night only concert Money Can't Buy, which was used to promote Minogue' ninth studio album Body Language and was held at major entertainment venue Hammersmith Apollo in London.
From the cut-outs of the walls, geometric buildings are present in the background, showcasing the futuristic city that is similar to "Can't Get You Out of My Head".This is clearer nowhere than on the jangly 'Love At First Sight', the euphoric thrill of which shines through despite here rather unfortunately bringing to mind The Lighthouse Family." In 2012, Jason Lipshutz from Billboard listed "Love at First Sight" at six on their "Kylie Minogue Primer: The Top 10 Past Hits You Need to Know" stating "'"Love at First Sight," a dance song that's so self-assured that it completely powers down 70 seconds in, lets Minogue's voice float in the ether for two lines, then triumphantly returns, slaking the thirst of its hungry listener." "Love at First Sight" peaked at number twenty-three on the Billboard Hot 100, which became her third highest charting single behind her 1987 single "The Loco-Motion" and her 2001 single "Can't Get You Out of My Head"."Love at First Sight" opens with a view of a sky of geometric shapes moving.Following the global success of her eighth studio album Fever (2001), and the album's subsequent singles; "Can't Get You Out of My Head", and "In Your Eyes", Minogue's label Parlophone decided to release a third single worldwide.Minogue enlisted several producers including Richard Stannard and Julian Gallagher, both whom work with Minogue previously; the duo wrote "Love at First Sight", alongside Minogue, Ash Howes, and Martin Harrington.