The song debuted at number eighty-six on the Billboard Hot 100, and the next week jumped to number twenty-seven. In its third week, the song rose to number ten, becoming Ciara's fifth top ten single. It was her first top ten entry since "Get Up" in 2006. It was her highest-charting song on the Hot 100 since "Like a Boy" in 2007. "Love Sex Magic" appeared on multiple Billboard component charts, reaching number fourteen on the Pop Songs chart, number eighteen Hot Dance Club Songs chart, and eighty-three on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. On the Canadian Hot 100, the song debuted at number nine, and would later peak at number six.
Although the single did not rank among Ciara's most successful singles in the US, it performed well overall in international markets. The song debuted at number six on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, peaking at number five the next week. It spent fourteen weeks on the chart, and was eventually certified Platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA), for shipments totalling 70,000 copies. In New Zealand, the song debuted on the New Zealand Singles Chart at fourteen. It remained stagnant the next week until peaking at six the following week. Having spent thirteen weeks on the chart, the song was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand (RIANZ), for shipments totalling 7,500 copies.
Across Europe, the single charted in the top ten of seven charts, and the top twenty of four others. Due to its numerous chartings in Europe, the song peaked at number six on the European Hot 100 chart. The song saw success in Ireland peaking at number four on the Irish Singles Chart on the week ending April 30 2009, moving from number seven the previous week. In the UK, "Love Sex Magic" spent seventeen non-consecutive weeks on the UK Singles Chart, debuting at number six and peaking at number five the following week. However, it was a total success on the UK R&B Chart topping the chart for two weeks.
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