The host of the reality dating show also introduces us to some of this season's "young, single, beautiful" contestants

By Aurelie Corinthios
Updated August 03, 2015 10:30 AM
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If you’re a regular watcher of any Bachelor shows, chances are you and your friends have already made up your own drinking games – but we’ve got a new one for you to try out.

In this exclusive behind-the scenes look at Bachelor in Paradise – which aired the first half of its season 2 premiere episode Sunday night – host Chris Harrison introduces some of the show’s contestants and his very own idea for a Bachelor in Paradise drinking game.

“It’s hot, it’s beautiful, it’s sexy,” says Harrison of BIP‘s Mexico setting. “That’s only going to lead to one thing – hopefully love, but sex, romance, all of that.”

“These are young, single, beautiful people that are attracted to each other, and they’re all looking for the same thing,” he adds.

Harrison introduces us to quirky contestant Ashley S. (notorious for her onion rant on Chris Soules‘ season of The Bachelor) and four of the guys, who all happen to be castaways from Kaitlyn Bristowe‘s recent season of The Bachelorette: JJ, Jonathan, Tanner and Jared.

Jared “went the furthest in the show out of all the guys that are here and probably had the deepest connection with Kaitlyn,” Harrison says. “I’m not so sure he’s a hundred percent over her.”

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While you watch the season unfold, grab a glass and try this Chris Harrison-approved drinking game.

“One of the things that’s become famous about The Bachelor and The Bachelorette is people kind of create these drinking games,” Harrison says. “I’ve heard anytime we say “amazing” or “dramatic” or “journey,” these are all key words, so I think to change it up for paradise, instead of words, how about [drinking anytime] anything is digitized, blurred out or there’s a black box across it?”

“Anytime we don’t want you to see anything – well, we actually wanted you to see it but ABC won’t let you see it on prime time – so anytime anything is blurred out in paradise, drink,” he adds.

A word of advice from Harrison before playing?

“Be careful, don’t be driving, ’cause it’s going to get ugly,” he says.

Tune in to part two of the season premiere of Bachelor in Paradise Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, followed by Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise, a live one-hour after-show at 9 p.m. ET.