The dancer is a woman with pink bobbed hair. She wears some cube and oval headbands, a yellow shirt with some chihuahua plush heads along with a square-pattern skirt that is shaped similar to a Rubik’s cube, some yellow and red spotted legging socks, and some black high heels with leg straps. At some points of the routine, the coach turns black and white. The dancer appears to be a paper cutout, as she seemingly peels off of the background revealing her to be flat, and completely white at the back.
The background switches between pink, blue, orange and green, with flowers, hearts, and sandwich ingredients in a monochromatic color scheme in the background. The word "Chiwawa" appears sometimes when it is said. Multiple chihuahuas appear in most of the backgrounds. At the beginning, there are red, yellow, pink and purple flowers and the dancer appears to be walking a Chihuahua. It changes to a background with chihuahuas and dog bowls in the background. The chihuahuas sit down and touch their noses with their tongues at certain points. Near the beginning of the verses the background switches between a background with pipes with the dancer in a monochromatic color scheme coming out of them and cups with chihuahuas coming out of them. Very random and usually animal-related objects appear during the chorus, such as hot dogs, carrots, rabbits and a gumball machine with dog toys dropping out of it. There is also a cropped chihuahua head with the mouth cut from the rest of it, which has cucumbers slices on its eyes and sings into a microphone held by a hand.
At the beginning of the second verse and the bridge, there are cats coming out of a photocopier; the second time they are coming out in sandwiches. There are also bowls of noodles flying around; at one point, the dancer in a monochromatic color scheme is riding on them. The last time she rides on them, her head is replaced by I Gotta Feeling’s. Near the end, the background also contains dog bones as well as hearts and stars, also in a monochromatic color scheme. The entire environment appears to be made of paper. At the beginning and end, there is also a chihuahua wearing glasses that have the coach from Built For This on one of the lenses, and the logo on the other.
Gold Move 1: Lift your right arm and right leg up, making a cute pose. Gold Move 2: Make a peace sign with your right hand and place your left hand on your hip. Gold Move 3: Put both hands on your mouth and bend over, as if you're sneezing.
Chiwawa is an original song created by Ubisoft in collaboration with soundtrack composer Tom Salta and Japanese singer Reni Mimura. It is Reni Mimura’s second appearance in the series (after Spectronizer).
The music video was directed by Anne Horel and produced by Partizan.
Besides the sentence "The dog accidentally [gibberish]..." in Japanese, "I want a chiwawa" being spelled out in English, the word "Sorry!", "Let’s go one more time!" and "Achoo!" at the end of the bridge, the song consists entirely of gibberish and Japanese onomatopoeia.
The audio was first released on the German Amazon website.
In the Behind-the-Scenes footage, the chihuahuas in the background were actually photo shot from a real chihuahua which was put on the green screen.
The coach is featured on the PAL and NTSC box art of Just Dance 2016.
On the PAL cover, the coach’s glove is purple, her hair is shorter, her shirt is pink, and her buns are missing.
As seen on the PAL boxart, on the Just Dance website, and on the Youtube thumbnails the coach initially had different outlines. On the PAL boxart, it is yellow; on the website, it is purple and, on the thumbnails, it is a white outline without the paper effect.
In the Behind the Scenes video of the routine, Mehdi and Aurélie can be seen performing a move that is not present in the actual routine.
In an event held on Just Dance’s official Twitter account to pick the Just Dance coaches meant to make a cameo in the new music video for Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels, the coach has been given the name "Inugami", a reference to the song’s canine theme.