Legendary singer-actress Rosemary Clooney, best known for co-starring with Bing Crosby in White Christmas and for her 1951 hit record "Come on-a My House," died Saturday in her Beverly Hills home due to complications from lung cancer. "She was one of America's finest pop vocalists, with a clear, pure voice filled with warmth and sincerity," Tony Bennett said. "She was a wonderful person." Services are expected to be held in Beverly Hills and her hometown of Maysville, Kentucky.