The album received generally positive critical feedback, with many reviews beginning with an admonition to forget about her previous work. Billboard said "the singer sounds incredibly at home in such surroundings." Giving the album three out of five stars, Rolling Stone called it an "occasionally invigorating disc of shiny dance rock".
The first single from the album, "One Word" peaked at #1 on three Billboard dance charts. Osbourne became the first artist in the history of the Billboard charts to top all three dance surveys in the same week. The single also reached #9 in the UK Singles Chart. The album peaked at #117 on the Billboard 200, selling just under 9,000 copies despite receiving some favorable reviews.
Osbourne promoted the album with several appearances on TV shows and award ceremonies, including CD:UK, and the 2005 Australian Music Video Awards. Osbourne also made an appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show, during which Ross made negative comments on Osbourne's weight. The comments eventually caused Osbourne to have a nervous breakdown in June 2005, which sent her to rehab. This stopped any further promotion for the album, and all future single releases were canceled.