Last week in Los Angeles, a judge ruled that Jennifer Lopez's ex-husband, Ojani Noa, was allowed to release home video of the singer shot while they were married. And the bidding war has begun between porn companies hoping to purchase the intimate home video.

Noa's business manager, Ed Meyer, told E!Online that bids were starting "in the hundreds of thousands," and the final price was expected to be in the millions.

"I've gotten emails from Pornhub, YouPorn, Pulse Distribution, Red Light District and Kevin Blatt, who brokered Paris Hilton's sex tape," Meyer said "If an offer looks good, we'll definitely take it."

One distributer, Pornhub.com, is quite eager for the chance to buy the video. "We are part of the largest network of adult sites on the Internet. Also we have the largest traffic, we get 50 million views per day," said site owner, Kate Miller. "We can pay the most because we got the most money."