There is no waiver for INA 204(c), however there is some wiggle room if your current wife can show that YOU did not seek to obtain status based upon your prior fraudulent marriage. In other words any paperwork filed with immigration on your behalf was done without your knowledge. Therefore if any paperwork submitted on your behalf the first time did not contain your signatures, you might have a prayer.
The good news is if they place you into deportation proceedings you are eligible for a waiver by an immigration judge even if USCIS denied your adjustment application. Of course, you will need a good deportation defense lawyer, so make sure you go see several before you pay the money.