Jennifer Lopez’s NuvoTV has triumphed over Diddy’s Revolt network.
According to various sources, the battle for the Madison Square Garden-owned music network Fuse TV was won by J.Lo and her team after she outbid her former beau in a dog-fight competition.
Combs offered nearly $200 million for Fuse, but Lopez, who owns a minority stake in the NuvoTV network, brought more to the table to snag the network for her growing empire.
“This is a real blow to Diddy and Revolt,” ex-Fuse chief Eric Sherman told the NY Post.
“Fuse was such a perfect fit for them. But having worked with Jennifer on ‘Idol,’ I’m not surprised she and her team prevailed.”
Combs was backed by billionaire investor Ron Burkle, but it’s unclear if his team wanted to go pass the $200 million mark for the flailing network.
MSG bosses tried to dump the network for $400 million.
It’s currently unclear what J.Lo and her team's final bid was for the network.