Though she spent most of the harrowing song trapped in a box, the performance took a very watery turn when the case lifted — as soon as the “Cry Me a River” interpolation hit — and Halsey got soaked by the rain. After the final notes rang out, she sat there on the ground for a moment, collecting herself. “It’s just me. No wig, no colourful hair, no character,” she said of the song when it premiered in October, “and it’s about my life and about my relationship that the world has watched so closely and so vehemently in the past year and a half.” The video has its own G-Eazy lookalike, but on the EMA stage, it was just Halsey. And she was more than enough. See the full list of EMA winners here, and watch the entire show MTV Canada here.