The makers of "Girls Gone Wild" (search) will air a pay-per-view special during this year's Super Bowl halftime show (search) that promises "guaranteed wardrobe malfunctions."

The show is the latest in a long line of bawdy Super Bowl halftime counter-programming that frequently appears opposite the game to draw young male viewers during the halftime break.

"I'm sure full nudity will happen, and there will be a lot of baby oil," "Girls Gone Wild" CEO Joe Francis told The Post yesterday.

"Girls Gone Wild" is an ever-growing series of home videos in which camera crews travel the country and convince young women to take off their clothes.

Earlier this month, a 23-year-old Virginia woman slapped the studio with a $2-million lawsuit because her image appeared on the cover of a recent video.