A group of people are any collective group of persons. Such groups may be related by their location, ethnicity, religion, skin color, occupation or other similar characteristic. A specific group of people may hold certain beliefs and values, form organizations or live together. An individual person is typically thought to be a human, but other species and supernatural beings may also be given personhood.
Some people are widely-known are considered celebrities, meaning a person who is celebrated. Celebrities may have to achieve very little to gain their celebrity status, while others may work very hard or go to extraordinary lengths. The development of the mass media has lead to a huge number of celebrities, many of whom are "fleeting celebrities" that attract public attention for a short amount of time. In the words of artist Andy Warhol, such celebrities experience only "fifteen minutes of fame".
An individual person may typically have a conscious mind with imagination which is able to think towards the future. A person may also be characterized by their physical or mental development, the ability to love or feel emotion, the ability to communicate or other human characteristics. A person is expected to be both morally responsible and in turn have moral rights, while a non-person is not expected to follow moral guidelines.