Ever wondered how many facial expressions one kid can make? Buckle up.

It’s always exciting when a ferociously talented weirdo gets rightful attention from the mainstream, and such has been the case with pop artist Sia in the past year with her surprise hit album 1000 Forms of Fear, which fostered hits like “Chandelier.” Though Sia’s next album is all recorded and ready to go, she’s still cranking out music videos for 1000 Forms, and released “Big Girls Cry” featuring frequent 12-year-old collaborator and dancer Maddie Ziegler, who happens to have the most expressive face we’ve ever encountered.

Part of Sia’s allure as an artist is her famous reclusiveness and adamant unwillingness to show her face – she hides behind wigs and absurdly concealed straight bangs to hide her face– a more secretive Lady Gaga whose private life is a relative mystery to the public. She has used young dancer Maddie Ziegler, always wearing a similar wig and outfits as an avatar of sorts in previous videos for “Chandelier” and “Elastic Heart.” We don’t see her dancing in “Big Girls Cry,” but we do see:

The classic “a squid is trying to eat my eyeballs” look.

Ziegler brushes her teeth with her finger and then gets very afraid or something.

Get it? Because her foot is a phone.

Followed by maniacal laughing, as big girls who cry are wont to do. Speaking from personal experience.

And of course, what’s a Sia music video without a little bit of casual wigplay?

It’s one of those videos that is either loaded with significance or has no meaning at all, but it’s a fun watch no matter which way you spin it. Unsurprisingly, Sia co-directed the video for “Big Girls Cry” – our real question is, what facial expressions didn’t make the cut?

[h/t Pitchfork]