Plus it’s a great reminder that Heart Breakfast presenter Emma can actually sing pretty darn well. I’d wager that after the opening night performance of 2 Become 1, there will be two men who either love it or never want to go to a musical again.
It peak at number three, and stayed eighteen weeks in the chart.
As an observer of the spectacle, I, thankfully, am in no such predicament.
I’d keep going to this musical over and over again until I’m sick of the sound of TLC – which I can’t imagine happening, ever.
LAUNCHcast's Dev Sherlock gave a positive review: Sherlock called the song a "glossy ballad that would do Mariah Carey proud".
A review from Sputnikmusic by Daniel Incognito gave a negative review: Incognito noticed that the song "feels slightly awkward at times, with Sporty Spice sounding uncomfortable in her more melodic role" and that it "can be called dated" adding that the song "may have been totally appropriate in their day, yet today they just distract from the bubbly party going on in other songs".