Elizabeth Berkley is the latest celeb to become a self-help guru as she launches her own show aimed at boosting teenage girls’ self-esteem. The Showgirls star has signed a deal with MTV to develop a programme which will follow her around the U.S. as she teaches young women about confidence in special workshops.The actress has been running the sessions at American schools for over two years and MTV bosses were keen to reach out to the underrepresented demographic.Amy Bailey, MTV's vice president of News & Documentaries says, "We had been looking for a program that tackled the same issues, so it seemed like a perfect match."The show - entitled Ask-Elizabeth - is expected to debut later this year.